Using technology to deliver individualized instruction
Digital literacy has been defined as one of the core 21st century skills K-12 students need to compete in a
global economy. Even schools with tight budgets are finding ways to implement either true 1-to-1 learning
programs—where each student has his or her own computer to work on at school, at home, and just
about anywhere else—or alternative programs that provide 1-to-1 access to computers on campus.
What are schools that have implemented 1-to-1 learning initiatives now experiencing? Evidence suggests
they are outperforming peers, and even saving money. Consider the results these schools have achieved
after prioritizing expanded student access to computers.
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