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IIBTV: Hope Academy Using VR in The Classroom

A charter school in Indianapolis that focuses on helping students who are battling substance abuse is turning to a high-tech solution to boost engagement. Hope Academy, which is sponsored by the city and connected to Fairbanks Addiction Treatment Center, is partnering with Iowa-based startup VictoryVR on STEM-centered virtual reality technology.

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