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Guest Host: Marc Fisher
Imagine researching, writing and handing in a paperless term paper. Or taking a class at another school–without ever leaving your seat. High schools are integrating technology into their lesson plans with exciting results. But are they also fueling a digital gap between haves and have-nots? We’ll explore high school in the digital age.
- Natalie Milman Associate Professor of Educational Technology and Curriculum and Instruction, George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development
- Keith Reeves Instructional Technologist, Battlefield High School, Haymarket, VA
- Bryan Sivak Chief Technology Officer, District of Columbia
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