Technology Counts

Technology Counts is Education Week's annual report on educational technology.

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2018: National Survey: What Do Principals Believe?

To better understand where the ed-tech pressure points are for principals, the Education Week Research Center conducted a nationally representative survey of 500 principals, assistant principals, and other school leaders. Technology Counts 2018 incorporates that data in the report, while taking a hard look at what principals are thinking and doing about some of the most vexing technology issues in their schools.

Report includes:

Editor's Note: Tech Pressures Put Principals in Difficult Spot

What Principals Really Think About Tech

School Leaders and Technology: Results From a National Survey (PDF)

Prior Years

2017: Classroom Technology: Where Schools Stand (June 2017)

2016: Transforming the Classroom (June 2016)

2015: Learning the Digital Way (June 2015)

2014: Digital Advances Reshaping K-12 Testing (March 2014)

2013: Building the Digital District (March 2013)

2012: Virtual Shift (March 2012)

2011: K-12 Seeks Custom Fit (March 2011)

2010: Powering Up (March 2010)

2009: Breaking Away From Tradition (March 2009)

2008: STEM: The Push to Improve Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (March 2008)

2007: A Digital Decade (March 2007)

2006: The Information Edge: Using Data to Accelerate Achievement (May 2006)

2005: Electronic Transfer: Moving Technology Dollars in New Directions (May 2005)

2004: Global Links: Lessons from the World (May 2004)

2003: Pencils Down: Technology's Answer to Testing (May 2003)

2002: E-Defining Education (May 2002)

2001: The New Divides (May 2001)

1999: Building the Digital Curriculum (September 1999)

1998: Putting School Technology To the Test (October 1998)

1997: Schools and Reform In the Information Age (November 1997)

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