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Document Number: 6906

Educational Technology in Indiana: Is it Worth the Investment? - This brief examines the necessity for future funding of educational technology in the state of Indiana and the relationship between technology and student academic achievement, the hallmark concern of NCLB. In particular, the brief addresses the following questions: Does the use of educational technology foster student academic achievement? How is educational technology being used in Indiana and across the nation? Is educational technology a cost-effective tool for Indiana’s public schools? Given limited fiscal resources and the need to comply with NCLB standards, what are the most effective ways to utilize the technology already in place? (Vincent J. Palozzi and Terry E. Spradlin, Center for Evaluation and Education Policy, Spring 2006) ...


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