New Technology Leads To Paperless Classrooms

Pens And Paper May Become A Tool Of The Past In Some Gentry Classrooms

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

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Gentry High School teacher Patrick Lanford works on a netbook computer at his desk on Sept. 27. Students use similar netbooks to complete all their work assignments online.

Gentry High School teacher Patrick Lanford works on a netbook computer at his desk on Sept. 27. Students use similar netbooks to complete all their work assignments online.
Photo by Randy Moll

No longer will students in one classroom at Gentry High School be able to blame a pet for eating a homework assignment.


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