Kemp Mill Elementary School has been selected as one of 151 elementary, middle, and high schools throughout the nation to receive an HP Technology for Teaching grant, which is designed to transform and improve learning through the innovative use of technology.
The grant, valued at more than $35,000, includes wireless equipment, teacher training, cash, and help desk support to improve student achievement.
A team of five teachers at Kemp Mill will use the HP wireless technology and other resources to enhance learning in the classroom.
The HP Technology for Teaching grant, totaling more than $10 million over 2004-2005 among 151 kindergarten through 12th grade public schools and 42 two- and four-year colleges and universities, supports HP's broader education goal of transforming teaching and learning through the integration of technology in the classroom and beyond.
More information about the 2004 HP Technology for Teaching program and grant recipients is available at the link below.