The plain truth is this: The impact of computing on K-12 education in the United States has been essentially zero. Yes, one can point to specific classrooms, or even schools, that have benefited from computer technologies. However, if one looks at K-12 education as a whole, one sees no real change. Why? Here is our analysis:

Impact requires use.

From our Snapshot Survey (see link below) of more than 4,000 educators in 2001 from New York, Nebraska, Florida, and California, 42 percent reported that they have their students use

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