Over the weekend, The New York Times published the second story in its series on Grading the Digital School. The first story in the series questioned the massive expenditures schools make on education technology, pointing to stagnant test scores as an indication that these investments might not be worth it. Last weekend's story extends that skeptical eye to the outcomes from educational software, again questioning whether using these tools in the classroom makes much of a difference in terms of student achievement.

To read more of my response to the NYT series, see my latest article in MindShift

Audrey Watters


Hack Education

The History of the Future of Education Technology

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