The Oregonian reports that Education Week assigned Oregon schools a D minus in “Access to Technology” for its high student-to-computer ratio in a recent report. However, the report only examined computers used for instruction. The report did not look at other forms of technology, such as SMART Boards and document cameras. Curtis Nelson, director of information services for the West Linn-Wilsonville School District believes the report is not reflective of the schools he serves, and thinks the report is an “oversimplification.” Nelson feels that numbers only tell part of the story, because his district ensures not only that teachers have technology, and how to use it, but also how to use it to enrich lessons. Peggy Pricer, information technology specialist for Rosemont Ridge Middle and Sunset Primary schools, added that by using a SMART Board, an art teacher can save and print, notes, sketches, and other materials…