Saturday, November 29, 2014

Here is a great article that raises some crucial questions. Instead of spending millions on a common curruculum, I suggest, we may want to look at making technology - the 21st century - available to all. Courtesy of ASCD SmartBrief.

Students' digital divide is drawn along economic lines
The digital divide among students has its roots in the socioeconomic divide, asserts Jordan Shapiro, who teaches at Temple University. In this commentary, he writes that many students are lagging behind because they do not have the same access to technology as their peers. The Hechinger Report (11/19)Bookmark and Share

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