Each year in California, superintendents, assistant superintendents and district administrators meet at Asilomar in Monterey for the Curriculum Symposium. There is a theme each year, and this year, the theme is history-social science. Because I am the project director of a Teaching American History grant and utilize technology in the grant, I am invited to be part of this history-social science panel focusing on technology. I’ve got the history angle covered, but would love some input on what I might challenge these administrators to do regarding technology. So, what would you recommend I say to these district administrators about technology and education?
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