If technology is the future of education, Pennsylvania's Dallas School District is paving the way by building a high school designed to embrace today's technology as well as adapt to tomorrow's advances, reports the Citizens' Voice of Wilkes-Barre, Pa. "We had to tackle this process with the idea of looking at a crystal ball for the next 50, 75 years," Superintendent Frank Galicki said. The district intends to have the $43 million building open for the 2010-11 school year. Technology has been worked into almost every aspect of the process, from making library research books digital and building interactive screens...

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