Infrastructure, teacher training key to improving technology in classrooms

The future of digital learning in classrooms will require more than just getting tablets in the hands of students to be successful. Education leaders and policymakers must focus on investing on infrastructure and professional training for teachers and administrators to grow technology in education.

That was one of the major themes education technology experts, lobbyists and policy makers repeated at a Monday roundtable discussion, organized by Internet Innovation Alliance, and which focused on how private and public sectors can work together to improve digital learning in the nation’s classrooms.

Read the entire article by Lynh Bui in the Education section of the July 15 edition of the Washington Post at http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/roundtable-infrastructure-teacher-training-key-to-improving-technology-in-classrooms/2013/07/15/e7158bc6-ed75-11e2-9008-61e94a7ea20d_story.html

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