AT&T classroom teaches technology

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Thanks to Kent State’s Research Center for Educational Technology, some local students are learning how to use the latest gadgets.

The center created the AT&T Classroom: a place where students and teachers learn how to use technology. This semester the center is hosting two schools – West Main Elementary and Echo Hills.

Since its opening 15 years ago, the AT&T classroom has hosted almost 150 teachers and more than 2,500 students.

Contact Lexxi Gillies at [email protected].