[caption id="attachment_28856" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Seventeen percent of school districts reported having no education-technology director."]EDSurvey[/caption]

While most American schools employ an education-technology leader either full or part time, 17 percent of districts surveyed in fall 2008 reported having no one in place to oversee the use of technology in schools.

Small districts were more likely to remain without a technology director: 21 percent of districts with an enrollment of less than 2,500 said they did not have a technology director, compared with 5 percent of districts with an enrollment size of 10,000 or more.


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