Technology Planning and Implementation in Public Schools: A Five-State Comparison
Computers in the Schools Volume 15, Number 2, ISSN 0738-0569
Examines the differences in technology planning and implementation among schools in the southeastern United States. Analysis of survey data was conducted in three areas: comparison of technology planning variables by state; ranking of overall percentages to determine technology most prevalent in schools; and chi-square analyses on each survey item to determine differences in technology implementation by state. (AEF)
Brush, T.A. (1999). Technology Planning and Implementation in Public Schools: A Five-State Comparison. Computers in the Schools, 15(2), 11-23.
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