Last spring the principal at the Moscow Charter School applied for a technology grant with the state to receive iPads for his students. He didn't get the grant. Instead, he was approached by the Doceo Center.

The University of Idaho Doceo Center for Innovation and Learning, launched in spring 2013, was formed from a grant from the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation. The foundation donated $31 million in grants around the state in 2013, with $3.3 million going to the Doceo Center. The center works to blend teaching and technology within Idaho's K-12 schools.

The center offered principal Tony Bonuccelli the chance to integrate Google Chromebooks into the curriculum, donating 60 of the computers to the school in December.

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