KSU-DC Schools Enter Video Technology Agreement

Dodge City, KS (westernkansasnews.com) It is a tool to develop teaching skills and the concept for a partnership between Kansas State and Dodge City schools was introduced during Monday night’s school board meeting. 



Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education Judy Beedles-Miller says K-State would invest 65 thousand dollars of video equipment and install it in a classroom at both the high school and Ross Elementary.

Parents will need to give permission for their child’s class to be recorded.

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