When I wrote about the draft of the national assessment in technological literacy that is scheduled for 2012 it was summer break for most educators and few people in the field had had time to digest its contents. But now some education technology experts are expressing concerns that the first National Assessment in Educational Progress to gauge students’ understanding of and proficiency at using technology will be inconsistent with common practice in most American classrooms.
You can catch up on the conflict with this post on the Curriculum Matters blog, by my colleague Sean Cavanagh. He outlines the sharp criticism coming out of the State Educational Technology Directors Association.
A version of this news article first appeared in the Digital Education blog.