An entire chapter in the report will focus on school best practices, Hayes said, and that chapter will be offered free of charge to any school that wants it. The full report will be available in August. The survey elicited 997 responses, 227 of which came from 1-to-1 schools.
Intel is Project RED’s lead sponsor, and the initiative has received additional support from Apple, the Pearson Foundation, Qwest, and eChalk.
“It would be my hope that we seize this opportunity to really drive transformation,” Lento said, adding that education reformers can learn lessons from other areas, such as health-care reform, because some of the technological challenges such as privacy and interoperability are the same.
“I think we need to grab this opportunity and really recognize that we are investing in our future when we invest in these students, and this is a very serious need for us as a nation.”
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