D.C. Charter School wins $10 Million to Develop Virtual Technology

Photo: Bonnie jo mount/ the washington post

Photo: Bonnie jo mount/ the washington post

Washington Post's Emma Brown, reports that students at the one-month-old D.C. charter school, Washington Leadership Academy, have won $10 million towards building virtual reality technology that will change the future of their education. Students will be attempting to redesign their school through new technology projects, including one that will create hologram teachers. The funding gives this brand new charter school opportunities unmatched in cities across the country. 

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