Geeter Middle School selected for interactive classroom program

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(Memphis) Samsung Electronics teamed up with Memphis City Schools Friday to kick off a program that puts the latest technology in the hands of teachers and students.

The company launched its Smart Solutions classroom program at Geeter Middle School and equipped its sixth grade math class with interactive white boards and tablets.

Geeter Middle School is the first school in Tennessee and the United States to take part in the program.