Technology Counts: Virtual Shift - E-Learning turns toward district-level approaches and a focus on accountability
Published Online: March 12, 2012
Published in Print: March 15, 2012, as Leveraging Technology for K-12 Learning
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Speak Up, a national initiative of Project Tomorrow, an education nonprofit organization working to raise the profile of student voices in education, surveyed 294,399 students, 35,525 teachers, 42,267 parents, and others in fall 2010 to determine the benefits of certain types and uses of technology for teaching and learning.
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