Mid-Missouri students help show off technology’s value in classrooms

Kelley Marriott, left, Katelyn Goetze, right, and Kristin Wilson, all students from Morgan County R-1 High School in Stover, were on hand in the Capitol Rotunda third floor for a demonstration of technology in use at their school.

Kelley Marriott, left, Katelyn Goetze, right, and Kristin Wilson, all students from Morgan County R-1 High School in Stover, were on hand in the Capitol Rotunda third floor for a demonstration of technology in use at their school. Photo by Julie Smith.

Rural schools depend on high-speed Internet connections just as much, if not more than schools in more urban areas.

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Carrie Myears, business teacher at Morgan County R-II High School said while the school has a wealth of technology resources and a strong, stable Internet connection, that is not the case for all students when at home.

Students accompanied Myears to Show Me TechKnowledge Day at the Missouri Capitol on Wednesday.

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