A decade has passed since the inaugural edition of Technology Counts was first published. Ten years on, the task of making sense of the fast-changing educational technology landscape remains as complicated as ever.
Anecdotal evidence and research suggest that teachers’ integration of digital tools into instruction is still sporadic. Gaps in access to computers at school have lessened for disadvantaged students, but still exist at home. And some experts say the research into innovative ways of using technology is insufficient.
The editors of Technology Counts 2007 invite you to offer your thoughts on changes in educational technology over these past ten years. Are schools on the right track? Has technology changed learning for better or worse? What do you think?
A version of this news article first appeared in the TalkBack blog.