Schools have not progressed much in using education technology since 2008, according to a survey, conducted by the Software & Information Industry Association. The group looked at measures such as 21st-century learning, access to technology and differentiated learning, and it found that 62% of schools hit goals in 2009, compared with 60.9% in 2008. "With scarce resources, it becomes even more critical for institutions to use technology to more efficiently achieve their educational goals and outcomes," said the vice president of SIIA's education division.

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