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Bulloch County schools garner national ranking
System honored for technology know-how
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Julia P. Bryant Elementary teacher Missy Jordan uses a SmartBoard in her classroom with a kindergarten student. - photo by Special to the Herald
The Bulloch County public school system has been named a nationwide leader in implementing technology to service students, parents and teachers, by a recently released national survey. An eighth annual Digital School Districts Survey by e.Republic’s Center for Digital Education, the National School Boards Association (NSBA) and ranked Bulloch County Schools as the country’s eighth-best mid-size school district (between 3,000 and 12,000 students) for “exemplary use of technology to govern the district, communicate with students, parents and the community and to improve district operations.” The top-10 rankings reflect school boards and districts, among the United States’ nearly 14,000 eligible systems (none are required to submit answers), with the fullest implementation of technology benchmarks based on a series of survey responses, according the Center for Digital Education.
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