[PHOTO] Tackling Controversial Technology At ALJ

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CLARK — Students in Brian Kenyon’s Computer Maintenance class at Arthur L Johnson High School in Clark looked at the different controversial technology issues that are a part of our everyday lives and took a stance on them. Students researched issues such as cloning, the atomic bomb, robots, lasers, computers, among other things. They then created a presentation where they had to explain their technology or issue and then defend their stance on the issue, whether they felt it was good or bad. The picture shows Thomas Mercurio delivering his presentation on computers and their impact on society. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

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