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Sunday, September 11, 2011

NY Times Unmasks Computerized Education Fraud

Education deformers are zealously touting the virtues of computerized learning, eliminating expensive teachers, bunching up classes and having students "learn from" machines.

The New York Times ran a long piece last Sunday, in which they cite experts who have researched the efficacy of computerized learning. The results are stagnant or declined performance.

Click to read the article, "Grading the Digital School: In Classroom of Future, Stagnant Scores" in "The New York Times," September 3, 2011.

In an era of budget cutting, why are we spending millions on computerized education while teachers must dip into their own funds for things such as pencils and notebooks for the students?

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