How should school tech grants be used?

05/11/2013 | Hill, The

In this blog post, Sean Kennedy, a fellow at the Lexington Institute, suggests that federal funding for K-12 classroom technology should go to a more narrowly defined list of uses, including blended-learning programs that build upon data-driven instructional plans. Kennedy writes that this would be a wiser use of limited federal funds than the billions of dollars spent to-date on technology or devices that are not part of core instruction.

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