Schools' technology investments go beyond computers, keyboards

03/3/2013 | National Public Radio

While schools nationwide are spending billions of dollars on education technology, there is little research to support whether such investments are paying off. At issue is that standardized testing does little to measure student engagement, which is a primary result of using technology in the classroom, experts say. Still, educators are touting the benefits of education technology, such as the use of Skype to connect students with experts worldwide.

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