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Child and the Machine

Title:      Child and the Machine
Categories:      General Education
BookID:      508
Authors:      Alison Armstrong, Charles Casement
ISBN-10(13):      978-0876592106
Publisher:      Robins Lane Press
Publication date:      2000
Number of pages:      256
Language:      English
Rating:      0 
Picture:      cover

How Computers Put Our Children's Education at Risk
In Los Angeles, the Kittridge Street Elementary School eliminated its music program to hire a technology coordinator. A Virginia school turned its art room into a computer laboratory. In the United States, a record $6.5 billion was spent on educational technology for the 1998-99 school year, while funding for music, arts, and other specialty areas continues to shrink. Stubbornly, nearly every measure of our children's educational performance refuses to rise. Drawing from hundreds of school visits, studies, and expert interviews, The Child and the Machine paints a compelling picture of how our uncritical rush to use computers in schools has led to one of the most expensive and least helpful revolutions in the history of American education.

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