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Dynamic learning with 1-to-1 access to technology is soaring thanks to voters

In 2015, District 196 voters approved a referendum to invest in enhanced learning opportunities for students. Among other things, the referendum provided funding for 1-to-1 technology access for all students in grades 4-12. Click on the link to see how access to digital tools and resources is providing boundless opportunities for our students to learn and grow. Watch now…

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