Originally this book was meant only to recommend a way to pay for placing modern technology into all of our country's public schools. As we began to formulate that financing plan, however, we realized the task was not as straightforward as we had thought. We were struck by the vehement opposition to our basic premise-the importance of using technology in education-voiced by most relevant constituencies: educators, taxpayers, and especially many businesses.order. to. earn. better. than. a. t/. the. a A YALE UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT PROFESSOR IN RESPONSE TO FRED SMITHa#39;S ... The passenger, who owned the Amoco gas station in Tarrytown, said he had seven repair bays. The driver asked how he liked his job. ... of jobs will require these skills.35 And we are not talking only about jobs in computer hardware and software companies. Everyone from auto repair people to cashiers to secretaries now must be able to use technology.
|Title||:||The Last Silver Bullet?|
|Author||:||Lewis C. Solmon, Kalyani R. Chirra|
|Publisher||:||IAP - 2006|