No impact, no use, no access. Though one can always point to a specific classroom (or even school) where technology has had an impact, the fact remains that over the past 25 years, the impact of computing technologies on K-12 education in the United States has been, to a first-order approximation, zero. Why? It's simple. Impact comes from students using computers; use depends on access; and our children simply have not had any significant access to technology in schools.

Technology can have an impact. Though the Todd Oppenheimers can twist the facts all they want,

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