D-157 to require tech buys
RICHMOND – In Ryan Carlson’s biology class, small groups of students gather around computers to input data and make graphs.
The data collection software, which the district purchased two years ago, has translated to a 1.5 point increase in the average ACT problem-solving score for Richmond-Burton High School students, he said.
But, Carlson told the District 157 school board, only one student at a time can be actively engaged, and he wants every student to have that opportunity.
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