The media might not be able to get past the question -- but we in education need to dig deeper
It’s a question we hear all too often—from parents, technology critics, and, of course, the news media: Do those pricey laptops schools buy actually improve academic results?
On the surface, it seems logical. Schools make big investments in technology and stakeholders want to see a return on that investment—by way of better
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