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How closely do the following two scenarios describe your district’sexperiences with 1-to-1 computing implementations?

HIGHLIGHTS

  • NEARLY 75% OF DISTRICTS REPORT STRONG OR MEDIUM USE OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
  • GREATEST NUMBER OF DISTRICTS HAVE AT LEAST 50% PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN 1-TO-1 PROGRAM
  • STUDENTS IN ONLY A SMALL NUMBER OF DISTRICTS HAVE NO ACCESS TO PERSONALIZED INSTRUCTION

AcademicPerformanceObjectives
SCENARIO: Our 1-to-1 implementationshave specificacademic performanceobjectivesand outcomes. All stakeholders buy into these objectives. The outcomesguide project management on a regular basis. A comprehensiveindependent program evaluation is being
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Personalized Student Instruction and Parental Access
SCENARIO: All studentshave individualizedinstruction programsto the extent permittedby the curriculum andpolicies. Initiative isencouraged. Parentsreceive training in supportof the program.
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(Percentages do not total 100 due to rounding.)

—Data courtesy of Jeanne Hayes (The Hayes Connection)and Tom Greaves (The Greaves Group).

Read about the full report, "America's Digital Schools 2007: A Five-Year Forecast,"here.

This article originally appeared in the 03/01/2008 issue of THE Journal.

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