During the past five years, St. Lucie County, Fla., public schools have been upgraded with the latest technology -- and according to a study released July 13, the upgrades, which included a $20 million technology overhaul, have helped increase student achievement and the school district's grade, reports the Fort Pierce Tribune. The school district worked in partnership with education publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and started using the company's "technology solutions-based curriculum" to help engage students and make lessons more interactive. The district and publisher jointly worked on the study, which also showed a connection between the instructional time spent using...

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