[caption id="attachment_37239" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Other countries' ed-tech practices could help inform U.S. policy."]Other countries' ed-tech practices could help inform U.S. policy.[/caption]

Scotland and the Netherlands both invest significantly more federal money per student in information and communications technologies (ICT) than the United States, and they both view ICT as essential to classroom teaching and learning and in developing 21st-century skills, a delegation of education technology advocates discovered during a recent visit to the two countries.

The results of that visit, led by the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), appear in a report issued May...

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