March 2007 Archives

The editors of Technology Counts 2007 invite you to offer your thoughts on changes in educational technology over these past ten years. Are schools on the right track? Has technology changed learning for better or worse? What do you think?


Is grade inflation a problem? If so, what can be done about it?


Should students' right to free speech be protected at the risk of undermining the authority of teachers and administrators?


Does the current approach to school reform favor the regurgitation of random facts over the development of critical and creative thinking?


What is your experience with professional development workshops or activities? Were they helpful or ineffective? How would you improve them?


Would national standards help or hurt U.S. education?


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