Educational Technology

June 21, 2010

Tech high school extends reach

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:30 am

By Frank Konkel, DAILY PRESS & ARGUS

The New Technology High School at Pinckney Community Schools will open its doors to incoming students in the fall, but the district has already opened the school’s sophomore class to students outside the district through the Schools of Choice program. The school, one of six across the Michigan set to implement the modern, project-based curriculum for the first time in state history, has room to accept as many as 36 sophomore students to reach the maximum capacity of 120 students for that grade level. New Technology High School will provide each student with a MacBook laptop computer he or she will be free to use at school or home for the duration of the school year.

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