A panel of educational technology experts spoke before the members of the House Education and Labor Committee June 16, stressing the importance that technology plays in the classroom as well as the need for continued professional development.

In the first of what Committee Chairman George Miller, D-Calif., said will be a series of panel discussions, educators and educational technology advocates shared success stories about how technology has helped improve teaching and learning.

"I feel that if we do not adapt schools to the integrating and embedding of these tools into instruction," American students will fall behind globally, Miller said. "I think this...

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