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A Tool for Reform?

In the pursuit of exciting, cutting-edge technology, schools may be over-estimating its benefits and overlooking the importance of integrating technology so that it is relevant to students and their studies. In this article from the American School Board Journal, Kathleen Vail explores the impact of technology on education. Despite its advantages, many of the teachers and administrators she interviewed voice their concern that the lure of gadgetry may be overshadowing the importance of learning.

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