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Students need ‘digital learning environments’: Baltimore County schools superintendent

Pushing schools' digital capabilities is apparently on the agenda of second-year schools superintendent Dallas Dance.

Baltimore County Schools Superintendent Dallas Dance. Photo courtesy of Kalix Communications. Essex, Md--12/5/12--Dr. S. Dallas Dance, Baltimore County Public Schools superintendent, answers questions from high school students during a Student Town Hall meeting at Chesapeake High School. The students were selected by principals from high schools in the eastern half of Baltimore County. Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun Staff. #9025.

Pushing digital capabilities at Baltimore County’s public schools is apparently on the agenda of Dallas Dance, now in his second year as the superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools.

Speaking to reporters last week, Dance said “digital learning environments need to be available to students, including 24/7 access to curriculum,” according to the Baltimore Sun.
Read the full Baltimore Sun story here.

Companies: Baltimore County Public Schools

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