Public schools show mixed record on technology gains

Article By: Will Sentell | January 16, 2014 | Originally Posted on theadvocate.com

Louisiana has made huge strides in improving public-school technology but is a long way from providing all students with individualized computers, state Superintendent of Education John White said Wednesday.

The state’s minimum requirement is one computer for every seven students.

Asked if that is a reasonable goal White told a House-Senate committee, “I don’t think any of us would accept anything other than a one to one ratio.

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