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La Porte High School gave their teachers Chromebooks as a part of the One-to-World Initiative. In the fall, each student will receive Chromebooks that they can use in class and at home.

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Erin Parker
Erin Parker is a freshman at La Porte High School.
Date uploaded: April 20, 2017
Organization: La Porte High School

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