A student uses a Chromebook while working on an exercise in class at Berryhill School in Charlotte. All CMS middle school students now have access to a Chromebook during class. One solution to growing a more tech-savvy talent base in Charlotte lies in the educational arena, speakers at a technology panel said Thursday.
A student uses a Chromebook while working on an exercise in class at Berryhill School in Charlotte. All CMS middle school students now have access to a Chromebook during class. One solution to growing a more tech-savvy talent base in Charlotte lies in the educational arena, speakers at a technology panel said Thursday. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
A student uses a Chromebook while working on an exercise in class at Berryhill School in Charlotte. All CMS middle school students now have access to a Chromebook during class. One solution to growing a more tech-savvy talent base in Charlotte lies in the educational arena, speakers at a technology panel said Thursday. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

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