Spotlight features the outstanding use of technology in local schools
09/05/2016 - "A robotics class constructing an electric car from the ground up, youngsters learning to read with the help of iPads, a computer in the hands of every student: These images of education today would have seemed far-fetched in the last century. But now, this is reality. Students entering the workforce in the coming decades will need to be knowledgeable of and fluent in these ever-changing tools in order to succeed," writes County Superintendent Steve Herrington in SCOE's annual Spotlight on Sonoma County Schools. Click here to learn more about the amazing and innovative ways teachers are integrating technology into instruction, from an environmental science to physics to reading.