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"Even with more schools continuing to integrate technology into daily practice, the tendency is to use technology as a tool to support the largely didactic nature of traditional education."

In this article for Education Week, Steve Sofranas makes the case for bringing multiple parties to the table for changing the way we educate our youth; and fundamentally questioning the assumptions we have as educators and technologists, to provide, ultimately, the highest quality education possible for all students.

Getting out of the mold of traditional education is one of the most profound needs of our education system, and is essential for preparing our youth for a world of lifelong success, and personal and professional fulfillment.