by Jean Tower


EdSurge interviewed Chris Dede and had a conversation about “what 2014 will mean for education, education technology and the future of learning.” Chris mentions several important aspects of technology and education that we should be paying attention to in the upcoming year, but he wins me over with this comment:

“The highest barrier to education improvement is high-stakes assessment.”

Thought leaders are becoming more vocal and articulate about high-stakes tests as obstacles to innovation – I hope policy makers listen and learn.

What are other barriers to effective and innovative technology uses in education?

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