The Rapid City Journal reports three Rapid City Area Schools was awarded nearly $200,000 in technology grants. Canyon Lake Elementary received a $90,000 Classroom Innovation Grant. This grant will train teachers to use digital platforms in the classroom to allow students to use the Mass Customized Learning Method. This allows students to create a type of learning playlist. Corral Drive Elementary received just over $65,000 from the Department of Homeland Security to install a key-less entry system, while Stevens High was awarded $43,000 from the South Dakota Workforce Education Grant. They money will be used to upgrade the graphic design program which will help students gain employment after graduation.
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