The need for quality computer education in our schools is creating a great opportunity and a tremendous problem at the same time. The opportunity comes through the application of new and exciting tools to foster increased learning for students through technology integration. The problem arises, however, when technology plans are poorly designed or implemented, leading to a lack of measurable results, high frustration levels, and budget overruns.

So how can schools better manage technology programs to ensure computer fluency among both students and faculty? By addressing the five primary components of a successful technology plan: a long-term vision, hardware


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