To harness the power of digital learning, we should focus more on the planning how technology will improve how students learn and teachers deliver instruction
Last week, the New America Foundation’s Chelsea Wilhelm wrote about a startling trend in state education technology planning: by and large, it’s not happening.
As Wilhelm summarized, after combing through public records she found that:
[J]ust 19 states have planned past the year 2012. Of those, five states have plans that do not include student learning objectives or professional development objectives, which in our estimation here at...