Technological assets at American schools are not being used to their full potential, according to a new report that found that despite the investment in cutting-edge digital devices, in some cases the use of tech tools in the classroom has changed little since the 1980s. "Schools frequently acquire digital devices without discrete learning goals and ultimately use these devices in ways that fail to adequately serve students, schools, or taxpayers," wrote Ulrich Boser, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, which released the report.

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