How do you measure the value of educational technology? In today's climate of increased accountability for schools, it's an important question--and one that school technology leaders and decision makers sought to answer at this year's Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) K-12 School Networking Conference, held in Arlington, Va., March 6-7.


During the welcoming address and throughout the two-day event, educational leaders discussed how to define qualitative values for student computing initiatives. The talks introduced the idea that young people today need a different skill set--and what was considered an outstanding education 50 years ago is not the

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