High tech e-learning without the high price

A natural response to the call by policy-makers to increase the use of technology in schools is cost. Many schools are struggling to provide quality education with the resources available, by example schools in Oklahoma have begun considering restricting the class week from five to four days.

The funding crisis is perhaps a topic for another blog post (or five), however the converse of the conclusion: tech is expensive, is perhaps also true – technology can enable teachers and schools to reach more students, more efficiently and at less cost. However, the complexities of the initial investment and roll-out, combined with low levels of understanding and enthusiasm for ed-tech leaves this a hot button topic, to perhaps be explored on another day.

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