Education technology needs less hype and more hard questions | IN 60 SECONDS

POLL — Have you seen an example of school technology getting in the way of learning?

Major surveys of classroom technology use seem more keen on asking questions crafted to promote the glittery promise of education technology than those that illuminate its gritty reality. AEI’s Frederick M. Hess explains.

FULL ARTICLE — Digital learning has a cheerleading problem

REPORT — Education Technology Use in Schools

REPORT — The Global Learner Survey, September 2019

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