Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Pennsylvania Gets High Grades for Educational Technology

In a report published by Education Week, Pennsylvania was ranked 9th in the nation in its use of technology in the classroom. The "Technology Counts 2008" report gives Pennsylvania a grade of B-, higher than the C+ average national grade. I imagine that the "Classrooms for the Future" initiative helped boost our grade!

Check out the State Data Comparison tool that allows you to compare technology use among states. I compared PA with our neighboring states, and found that only West Virginia--yes, West Virginia!--ranks higher than the Keystone State.

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