A recent survey suggests the pervasiveness of internet-connected computers at home and in the nation's schools has given rise to a new breed of tech-savvy student: "ultra-communicators," who say they approach their daily lives differently as a result of technology. The survey's findings have important implications for school leaders as they seek to design learning environments that meet the needs of today's students.

"Voices & Views from Today's Tech-Savvy Students"--part of a national report sponsored by the nonprofit group NetDay--surveyed more than 210,000 K-12 students from all 50 states to learn what role technology plays


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