Friday, December 14, 2007

Technology brings college math to Georgia classrooms

Kell High School seniors (left to right) Michael Burel, 18, Charlie Wang, 17, Renee Viger, 17 and Andra Langoussis, 18, take part in a Georgia Tech calculus class.

Video conferencing allows 98 Georgia high school students to attend Georgia Tech math classes for dual high school and college credit. They're part of a growing trend. Half of all U.S. colleges included high school students in their ranks in 2002-2003, according to the findings of one report. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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