For the second year in a row, students and teachers who responded to a national survey on educational technology expressed a strong desire for schools to focus more on the integration of technology and real-world problem solving into math and science classes. In addition, more than two-thirds of parents said they are unsatisfied with the amount of time their children are using technology in school, and an overwhelming 97 percent of students--but just over half of teachers--say they think cell phones should be allowed in school for emergencies and for connecting with parents.

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