Determining whether classroom technology actually boosts student performance is the next big challenge facing educators, administrators, and researchers—and the author provides a detailed process for uncovering answers. The article gives strategies for producing data that show how technology is affecting learning in ways that aren't readily measured by standardized testing.

First, schools must have an effective technology infrastructure in place, which the author defines as a system that provides (1) access


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