Dec 19, 2015

Technology keeps suburban students plugged in even when schools close

Although most suburban students had four days of classes canceled in January because of frigid weather, that doesn't mean they all got a break from doing their homework. Teachers have been using email, texting, iPad or phone apps, and class websites to keep in touch with students even when school is closed.

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