August 4, 1999
Vol. 18, Issue 43
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PAGE 47 - Commentary
Out of every 10 teachers in this country, fewer than two are serious users of computers and other information technologies in their classrooms (several times a week); three to four are occasional users (about once a month); and the rest—four to five teachers out of every 10—never use the machines at all.
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