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Document Number: 4607

Using Technology To Improve Accountability Systems MS Word - Technology provides ways of designing, collecting and sharing information that can help improve accountability systems and outcomes. This paper gives a set of criteria to educators and policymakers to help them make better technology choices that improve learning and make teachers more effective. It reviews issues that must be considered such as security, compatibility, resilience and transparency. It provides examples of effective use of technology available now and it shows elements of design and technology in practice in two very different school district settings. (Eva Baker, Education Commission of the States, July 2003)...
Author: Eva Baker
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