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We speak with Plymouth Schools about the use of technology in the classroom and how this is impacting learning.

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Dan Tyree
Superintendent, Dan Tyree, discusses how Plymouth Schools have incorporated a one-to-one learning concept in their school system.
Date uploaded: January 2, 2017

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