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Meet Larry Abramson, NPR's "New" Education Guy

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labramson.pb.jpgIf you've noticed a recent surge in education coverage from NPR, their "new" education guy Larry Abramson is a large part of the reason.

"In 2006, Abramson returned to the education beat after spending 9 years covering national security and technology issues for NPR. Since 9/11, Abramson has covered telecommunications regulation, computer privacy, legal issues in cyberspace, and legal issues related to the war on terrorism. During the late 1990s, Abramson also was involved in several special projects related to education. He followed the efforts of a school in Fairfax County, Virginia, to include severely disabled students in regular classroom settings. He joined the National Desk reporting staff in 1997."

Welcome, Larry. Congratulations, condolences, etc.

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Can you tell me how much spending on educational technology is for 2006-2007?
I am writing an artical about Do computers really belong in classrooms? There are countless numbers of students and teachers who are for using computers in classrooms, but are computers really helping students to learn? Do computers change the way students learn and the way teachers teach?
Let me know your comments,
Thanks Gwen

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