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By Harvey Barnett
Schools have purchased computers and other new technologies in hopes of raising students' achievement and increasing their motivation. But has this investment paid off for students? The WestEd Regional Technology in Education Consortium (RTEC) recently released a paper authored by Cathy Ringstaff and Loretta Kelley that sought to answer this question.
During the course of their research, the authors discovered several factors that are key to enhancing student learning through the use of technology. Here are 10 suggestions for policy makers to consider, based on the
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