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Rethinking Computers in the Classroom
Posted by: Justina Spencer
Three fourth-graders sit around a computer in one corner of a classroom at Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy, a school of 220 students in San Francisco. One 9-year-old boy dons headphones to take his turn with the machine, reading passages from a virtual storybook as an animated panda cavorts on the screen. When he stumbles over words, voice-recognition software from IBM cues him to give it another try.
Source: Business Week (NY-USA) | Published: December 17th, 2008

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