How a small bet on technology could have a big payoff in learning
from EdSource (commentary)
Charles Taylor Kerchner writes: Let me start by saying that I am not a technologist. I don't lust after the new; I bought my first smartphone just last week. And I don't for a moment think that tablets are going to replace teachers or that there is a software-driven fix for all the problems ailing California's public schools. And, yes, teachers need a raise. Why, then, advocate an investment in education technology?
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