How K–12 Leaders Make the Case for Better Technology in the Classroom
April 26, 2017
Technology has always played an important role in education, but the past 10 years have seen U.S. schools embrace it like never before. The impact of more affordable devices, improved network infrastructure in schools, and new types of student-focused software has driven new ways of teaching that have notably enriched the lives of students. As more schools transition away from computer labs — where students had limited access to often outdated computers — to movable carts and eventually to full one-to-one device deployments, the opportunities to use technology to drive improved student outcomes increase dramatically.