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Monday, May 19, 2008

eSchool News Online

One-to-one computing, online assessment on the rise in schools--but keeping up with bandwidth needs is a problem
By Meris Stansbury, Assistant Editor, eSchool News

Widespread adoption of one-to-one computing programs and the growing use of online assessments are among the key ed-tech trends occurring in schools across the country, according to the 2008 America's Digital Schools report. However, implementation of these and other technologies leaves little funding for new initiatives, and bandwidth issues are limiting the scope of interaction students can have with technology.
The report, conducted by Thomas W. Greaves of The Greaves Group and Jeanne Hayes of The Hayes Connection, isolates the most important ways in which technology is changing teaching and learning and identifies the implications of those changes for the future.

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