Technology in the classroom will change how education is delivered

There’s a television commercial that says “a baby changes everything.” The same can be said for technology—it’s expected to change everything in education starting in September.
At the Las Virgenes Unified School District Board of Education meeting on Feb. 25, chief technology officer Jim Klein demonstrated how Common Core State Standards, with a focus on collaboration among students and the use of computer technology, will usher in a new educational age.
The new standards have an emphasis on c...

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