The June Harless Center for Rural Educational Research and Development is in the second year of a two-year grant bringing NASA technology, robotics, social media, and global awareness to Marshall Professional Development School classrooms.

 This new technology and the GigaPan School Dialogues have allowed students to participate in cross-cultural conversations and digitally explore places they may not have the opportunity to see in person.The combination of cross-cultural communication, environmental exploration, and the use of modern technology is especially important for local students to provide then with a 21st century education.  

Gigapan, A Year in Review

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