Modern life is interactive. Yet our public schools insist on teaching from out-of-date technologies that encourage little to no interaction.
Today's classrooms lack the tools to prepare students for the ever-changing world. Students sit silent, afraid to speak up and somehow, it surprises us that high school students would rather dropout than attend class.
Education reform to emphasize technology - Picture it… students using Skype to learn Spanish from other students in Madrid; writing on interactive whiteboards to ask questions that can be answered by the teacher or their peers; or taking tests on computers that can adjust to the student—giving an accurate assessment of their understanding.
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to get a 21st century quality education.