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December 16, 2012 6:00 PM

We have money to improve education today

It’s been encouraging to read about Horry County Schools’ willingness to test new teaching methods focusing on digital classroom formats – but discouraging that those efforts were so abbreviated, apparently only suggested supplemental methods to existing practices when vast evidence continues to mount illustrating digitally-instructed students are obtaining superior results in their classrooms right now.

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