Report: Schools Should Go Digital Within 5 Years

A report released recently by the State Educational Technology Directors Association suggests states and school districts should completely shift from print to digital resources in the next five years. In pointing out the benefits of digital educational resources, the association finds there are 22 states that already have adopted such resources. The association finds that digital resources will help districts cut costs and improve education. Read the full article  at T.H.E. Journal (9/24)

The  52 pg. report mentioned in this article is titled,  Out of Print: Reimagining the K-12 Textbook in a Digital Age

2 thoughts on “Report: Schools Should Go Digital Within 5 Years”

  1. Interesting, but this will only work when the Internet can be relied on. If they want us to run the world on the Internet, then they better make sure it works!!!!!! my original quote

  2. Yes Wanda, we cannot minimize the importance of adequate broadband and Internet connectivity in our schools in order to move in this direction.

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