Teachers on tech: Good for student learning, bad for student health

A new nationally representative Gallup poll offers more evidence that teachers are of two different minds when it comes to educational technology. On one hand, the 497 teachers surveyed last month expressed a tepid belief in technology’s educational value: 41 percent said they view digital devices as “mostly helpful” to students’ education, and another 30 percent described devices as “neither helpful nor harmful.”

Read more at Education Week.

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