Instructional Technology Specialist Lynn Walker watches as Whale Branch High School student Danielle King works at the creativity station in the school's new technology center during at the grand opening Friday morning. The Whale Branch classroom the first of its kind in the United States and modeled after similar centers in England and Australia. It is funded by a $100,000 grant from the global company RM Education and supplemented with additional money from LEGO Education, Dell and Polyvision.
Instructional Technology Specialist Lynn Walker watches as Whale Branch High School student Danielle King works at the creativity station in the school's new technology center during at the grand opening Friday morning. The Whale Branch classroom the first of its kind in the United States and modeled after similar centers in England and Australia. It is funded by a $100,000 grant from the global company RM Education and supplemented with additional money from LEGO Education, Dell and Polyvision. Jonathan Dyer/The Beaufort Gazette
Instructional Technology Specialist Lynn Walker watches as Whale Branch High School student Danielle King works at the creativity station in the school's new technology center during at the grand opening Friday morning. The Whale Branch classroom the first of its kind in the United States and modeled after similar centers in England and Australia. It is funded by a $100,000 grant from the global company RM Education and supplemented with additional money from LEGO Education, Dell and Polyvision. Jonathan Dyer/The Beaufort Gazette

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