Technology needs are a concern in transition to common core

01/22/2013 | Education Week

A recent survey conducted by the Missouri Association of School Administrators finds that officials in many districts are concerned about the implementation of technology requirements under the Common Core State Standards. Among the concerns are a lack of accommodations needed to administer computer-based tests, insufficient hardware and a lack of bandwidth needed to accommodate online testing.

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