Some small-town computing

These articles are both largely dated in terms of both content and point– computers come to the K-12 classroom, there are doubters, there are enthusiasts, there are wonders about how to measure success of computers, there are wonders about access for all, etc.– but I’m linking to them for 516 anyway. For one thing, it sort of proves to me that the questions that were out there about using computers in classrooms about 10 years ago remain. For another, both of them talk a bit about chalkboards, which have a soft-spot for me too.

“Classroom revolution from blackboards to computer screens,” from SouthCoastToday.com, a Massachusetts publication.

“Computers for Everyone,” from the Sioux City (IA) Journal web site.

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