As LaRue County High School students turned in their laptop computers last week, principal Paul Mullins gave high grades to the first-year program that provided a laptop for each of the 720 students to use throughout the school year.
“I think we’ve just scratched the surface as to the potential these laptops have as instructional tools,” Mullins offered. “We’ve learned this year, and I think we’ll continue to learn.”
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