eSchool News counts down the 10 most significant developments in educational technology during the past year
In Washington, D.C., President Obama called for broadband internet access in every classroom within the next five years.
In Los Angeles, school district officials grappled with public criticism over an ambitious plan to give iPads to every student.
And in school systems from coast to coast, tech-savvy educators experimented with augmented reality, educational gaming, and other techniques designed to enhance teaching and learning.
These were some of the key ed-tech developments affecting K-12 schools in the past year—and we’ve got a full recap for you right here.
Here, the editors of eSchool News highlight what we think are the 10 most significant ed-tech stories of 2013.
To learn how these stories have made an impact on K-12 schools this year—and how they will continue to shape education in 2014 and beyond—read on.
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