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April 28, 2006 1 min read
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About This Report

This year marks the ninth edition of Technology Counts. For this report, the Editorial Projects in Education Research Center has surveyed the states to assess the status of K-12 educational technology across the nation.

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Technology Counts 2006 explores the inroads states have made in developing computerized systems for managing student and teacher data and in using that information to support instructional decisionmaking. As in previous years, Technology Counts 2006 continues to track state progress in several critical areas of technology policy and practice – access, use, and capacity. For the first time, this year’s report also assigns grades to the states for their performance in those three categories.

This new State Technology Report assembles key findings in an accessible format that allows readers to examine a particular state’s performance on this year’s indicators. For most indicators, national results are also provided as a benchmark against which the state can be compared.

• Review the Technology Counts 2006 press package.

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