Endorsed by Al Gore and President George W. Bush, the Center for Advanced Research and Technology (CART) is a national model for technology curriculum in secondary education. CART creates a realistic work environment for 21st century learning that will be franchised across the country. Serving a large number of lower-income students, CART has already raised $34 million from government, businesses and private contributors. Other news and information about CART can be found at www.launchcompany.com/newweb/extra/cart/cartkit.htm.
This article originally appeared in the 04/01/2001 issue of THE Journal.
Building an equitable, efficient and effective technology ecosystem requires intention and precision. Technology teams juggle budget management, existing tech ecosystems and exploring new solutions, making it challenging to navigate a noisy marketplace to find the best solutions for their educators and students.