Anna Monson, a fifth-grader at NLS, uses an iPad at the NLS middle and high school library during a research project on American Indians. NLS officials will ask district voters to approve a $1.5 million technology levy during next month's election. It's the district's latest effort to transform how students learn. Tribune photo by Gary Miller
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.
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