Survey offers chance to consider students' technological preferences

07/5/2009 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

A recent survey by the New Jersey Department of Education found 26% of high-school students spend an average of at least three hours on school days on the Internet or playing video games. Educators say the data should encourage teachers and others to look for ways to include television, the Internet, cell phones and other technology in classroom lessons.

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