New Report: Technology Counts 2002 (Ed Week)
Posted by on April 19, 2002
TECHNOLOGY COUNTS 2002
The fifth edition of Education Week’s annual 50-state report on educational technology focuses on how state and district e-learning initiatives are changing the education landscape. This great report separates the proven programs and policy changes that are opening the doors of online education to students nationwide from the exaggerated claims of the e-learning bandwaggoneers. In addition, the report investigates how some e-learning arrangements are transforming the professional lives — and in some ways, the personal lives — of teachers.
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