December 5, 1984
Vol. 04, Issue 14
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The nation's first comprehensive assessment of students' computer competency--now being readied for the spring of 1986--will measure not what they know about the technology but what they can do with it.
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Education is now viewed by just about everyone as a matter of great national importance. Concern about the declining quality of teaching and learning crosses all geographic boundaries and is a topic of interest not only to educators but also to economists, business leaders, and others who, until recently, have not looked upon education as very important to their separate and collective futures.
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