Electronics Technology for Public School Systems: A Superintendent’s View

Memo · November 1981 · By George Young

George Young, in 1981 superintendent of St. Paul, foresaw technology as a tool not to replace teachers, but to help them do their jobs. Using technology to individualize education can reform a system where students are lumped into grades and instructed as a group regardless of their learning style and abilities.

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