It's a given that technology is being used in schools more today than even a few years ago. What's been missing, though, is outspoken proof that this trend has increased schools' overall productivity. The reason: Political interests have policy makers and educators tip-toeing around what this author says has been an undeniable, nationwide success.

The author notes there are two actions schools can take to increase student achievement. Option one: Cut class sizes and hire more teachers. Option two: Add instructional technology. Both options will work. The problem, he says, is that hiring


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