NLS levy seeks $1.5 million for technology; voters to decide
The leaders of the New London-Spicer School District want to transform how students in the district learn and are asking voters to approve a $1.5 million technology levy to equip the district for that educational change. "We have a lot of technology, but we are using it at an enhancement level," said Superintendent Paul Carlson. The goal is to have technology that moves from simply enhancing the learning process to transforming the process for students.
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