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August 26, 2013 11:15 AM

Podcasts, high-tech devices for schools with at least 15 percent of students from military families lift learning in Muscogee County

Thanks to three federal grants totalling $5.5 million, the Muscogee County School District has developed a website with more than 900 educational podcasts and received high-tech devices that are credited with boosting learning.

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