Follies: Education Reform and the Promise of Technology
New England Journal of Public Policy Volume 10, Number 1, ISSN 0749-016X
Offers an overview of 40 years of American educational change and suggests that technology may be the answer to its improvement. Argues for the creation of a telecommunications highway to connect the diverse and worldwide educational resources for use by all children, and suggests that the marriage of the technological revolution and educational equity and excellence is possible. (GR)
Paleologos, N. (1994). Follies: Education Reform and the Promise of Technology. New England Journal of Public Policy, 10(1), 173.
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