How can education-technology funding be used to improve achievement?

12/11/2011 | Education Week

School-technology funding best supports student performance when it makes data on organizations and projects readily available, while connecting nonprofit groups and individual investors, according to a report by Bellwether Education Partners. The report also advises better methods be used for evaluating proposals and tracking projects.

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