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Document Number: 5928

Computer Technology in the Public School Classroom: Teacher Perspectives - Based on a 2000-2001 survey, this three-page brief reports on the types of classroom technology teachers believe to be essential to their teaching, along with teachers’ perspectives on whether technology is sufficiently available in their classrooms. Responses on the availability of technology were disaggregated by teacher assignment (elementary, secondary subject area), hours of professional development for computers and other indicators. Fifty-seven percent of all survey respondents agreed that computers and other technology for their classrooms were sufficiently available. (Lawrence Lanahan and Janet Boysen, Education Statistics Services Institute, National Center for Education Statistics, March 2005)...


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