Is the investment in classroom technology paying off?

06/14/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A recent report finds that even as school districts continue to spend money on classroom technology, no state is collecting data to determine whether the investment is paying off. A review of student data by the Center for American Progress found that rather than using them to develop sophisticated skills, middle-school math students more likely were to use computers on basic drills and practice exercises.

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