"The technology is essential because you see what it can do for a teacher and a student," Perdue said. "It adds power. It lets the teacher understand exactly where the kid is and what skill sets the kid needs to improve."
Isn't that what tests and homework are for? We're just making kids not have to work for anything. Some "lucky" kid can guess the right answers to the multiple choice math problem on the device, but never really grasp the concepts. Truth is, no amount of technology will help if the kids do not have the desire to learn.
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