Indiana University’s School of Education is embarking on a $3.1 million study of how current and emerging technologies are being used most effectively in classrooms—and how best to prepare new teachers to use these tools.

IU has teamed up with the Granato Group, a Vienna, Va.-based technology consulting firm, to complete the research. The project, called “Leveraging Education Technology to Keep America Competitive,” is supported by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Educational Technology.

Some ed-tech advocates believe the curriculum and pedagogy of many colleges of education have not...

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