American School Board Journal, July 1998, p. 34<

The author, an assistant superintendent from a one-school district in Flemington, N.J., outlines her district's efforts to avoid wasting money and frustrating teachers when schools install technology without properly training teachers to take advantage of it.

The solution: a district-run learning academy that trains teachers in mastering technology skills and developing ways to integrate those skills into classroom instruction. A feature that distinguishes this program from others is that it is managed by the district itself, and hence is linked closely to...

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