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Are Educational Technology and School Restructuring Appropriate Partners?
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Teacher Education Quarterly Volume 22, Number 2, ISSN 0737-5328

Abstract

Analyzes the contemporary school restructuring movement, discussing democratic possibilities, the relationship between educational technology and school restructuring, critical questions about educational technology, the effect of new technology on teacher work, and the relationship of educational technology to school structures and economic agendas. (SM)

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Carbone, M.J. (1995). Are Educational Technology and School Restructuring Appropriate Partners?. Teacher Education Quarterly, 22(2), 5-28. Retrieved October 16, 2021 from .

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