DailyDirt: Technology In Education

The digital revolution of the education system has yet to really take off. Many students communicate with their teachers via email and have figured out how to use word processors (instead of typewriters), but the widespread use of technology in classrooms hasn’t exactly caught on. Cool projects like the Khan Academy are starting to ramp up, but introducing cheap laptops or ebooks into public schools hasn’t met with wild success. (Though, if you’ve heard of any inspiring programs, let us know in the comments.)

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