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Making smarter decisions about classroom technologies

In the 21st century, the proliferation of digital media and technology has fundamentally changed the way we learn. More than ever, children carry computers in their pockets and ever-expanding internet connectivity promises to reach even the most remote classrooms, putting a wealth of information at student's fingertips. And there are growing demands from parents, educators, governments, and donors to incorporate educational technologies as part of children's core curricula.
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