Teachers are getting more computers in their classrooms, but they have to wade through stacks of CD ROMs and computer diskettes that do not meet their students' needs, according to "Technology Counts," Edweek's annual survey of the nation's teachers and state education technology policies.

While government officials declare school technology a national mission and pledge to connect every classroom to the internet, they are not investing enough time and money in software, the report concludes.


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