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Education and Technology: Future Visions

Education and Technology: Future Visions

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 Education and Technology: Future Visions
September 1995
OTA-BP-EHR-169GPO stock #052-003-01454-8
 
Recommended Citation:
U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment,
 Education and Technology: Future Visions,
OTA-BP-EHR-169 (Washington, DC: U.S. GovernmentPrinting Office, September 1995).
 
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omputers, telecommunications networks, and other technolo-gies have become increasingly central to the American way of life. The nation’s schools are also investing substantially intechnologies for education. What will be the impact of thesetechnologies on schools in the near future? Will there be dramaticchanges in teaching techniques, curriculum, staffing, and even the con-cept of school as a result of investments in these tools? What kinds of visions can we foresee for education over the next decade, if technologyuse is supported? What factors affect the likelihood of meeting these vi-sions? What role might the federal government play?In the fall of 1994, the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) com-missioned five contractors to write papers dealing with these issues. InJune 1995, the contractors and a number of other prominent educatorswere invited to OTA for an all-day workshop to discuss these papers andthe issues more broadly. This background paper summarizes the work-shop discussion and contains the commissioned papers in their entirety.OTA gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the individuals whoparticipated in these efforts.
ROGER C. HERDMAN
Director

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