New survey reveals less than one-fifth of teachers give their school top marks for incorporating technology into the classroom


Only 16 percent of teachers in a recent survey give their schools an 'A' for incorporating technology into their classroom, and 48 percent of all surveyed teachers consider the technology they do have to be outdated.

Teachers’ Dream Classroom Survey, sponsored by Edgenuity, reveals that of teachers who did give their schools an 'A' for classroom technology integration, 80 percent said they feel technology helps them achieve learning objectives.

Eighty-six percent of teachers said they are either somewhat satisfied (64 percent) or very satisfied...

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