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ML Chromebook program taps into future

Every student at high school equipped with devices to enable career opportunities


Last updated 10/18/2018 at 5:04pm

Megan Munden

Medical Lake High School student Brady Hester works on one of the Chromebooks that have been distributed to the entire student body of the school.

Peering into the future is fraught with peril on any front.

But trying to see what's ahead in the world of technology and how it might apply to preparing students for their careers might be the equivalent of predicting eventualities by use of a Ouija Board.

Trevor Meade, Medical Lake School District's head of technology, has tried to peer into the future discussing how new Chromebook tablet-computers have, and will be implemented into learning opportunities.

Students are being asked to prepare themselves for things even they don't know exist. They work on devices supplied in part through a...

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