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District 109 parents get introduction to Chromebooks Schools
District 109 parents get introduction to Chromebooks
Approximately half of Deerfield Public Schools District 109 families turned out for an introduction to the newest technology for educating their children — Chromebooks. Representatives of faculty and staff introduced the district’s electronic device program for the 2014-15 term in six sessions — one at each school — in the two weeks before school opened Aug. 27.
Aug. 29 2:17 p.m. |
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