Idaho receives input on school-technology policies

09/13/2011 | KTVB-TV (Boise, Idaho)

Results from a statewide survey of nearly 1,000 teachers, school officials and students will be used to help determine Idaho's policies for technology in schools. The survey was developed as part of the efforts of the state's Technology Task Force. "How they would use these devices in the classroom, the desire to be able to take them home and those kinds of bits and pieces of information are very helpful as we finalize the recommendations that we will be bringing forward," said Tom Luna, superintendent of public instruction.

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