How low-income schools can use technology effectively

09/20/2013 | KQED.org

While one-to-one technology programs can be out of reach for some low-income students, officials say those students would benefit most from such initiatives. This article includes 10 tips to help low-income schools meet students' technology needs. Among them are to use technology to complement the curriculum, involve families when possible, avoid basing decisions on popular trends and use technology to free teachers' time.

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