If the United States is to prepare its students for success in the modern technology-driven world, more classrooms — in both Rhode Island and the whole nation — need to embrace higher learning outcomes for students made possible by integrating modern technology and quality teaching to create robust digital learning, the Providence Journal reports. Participating at the Rhode Island Department of Education’s “Innovation Powered by Technology” conference last month, I saw firsthand how Rhode Island is making that vision a reality...

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