Report: Technology can close achievement gaps, improve learning | Stanford Graduate School of Education

Source: ed.stanford.edu

I do appreciate the connection between implementation of reform initiatives in the classroom and student outcome. At the same time, the report does make a case that seems rather obvious.

At the same time, it is commendable that it is once again underscored that the human factor in educational reform is key.

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