Intriguing report:

“Far too often, school leaders fail to consider how technology might dramatically improve teaching and learning, and schools frequently acquire digital devices without discrete learning goals and ultimately use these devices in ways that fail to adequately serve students, schools, or taxpayers.”

SOURCE: AP/Elise Amendola Endnotes and citations, as well as an appendix, are available in the PDF version of this issue brief. Whether it’s a mom-and-pop coffee shop, a Fortune 500 firm, or a health care nonprofit, well-run organizations employ technology as a way to improve their performance.

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  • smartpitch

    Money allocated in the school system is very choppy. We need to better allocate our resources and spend and save the money wisely.

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