A large majority of K-12 teachers said they would like to integrate virtual reality in their classrooms, but just 2 percent of teachers have actually done so, according to a survey.

Sixty percent of surveyed teachers said they would like virtual reality to become a part of their students' learning experience, according to the study from Samsung Electronics America, Inc. and GfK. The study was released at ISTE 2016 in late June.

The survey of more than 1,000 U.S. K-12 teachers revealed that 86 percent of those surveyed said they feel it is a challenge to keep students engaged in...

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