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How One Teachers' Union Feels About Educational Technology

By Mary Jo Madda (Columnist)     Jul 15, 2015

How One Teachers' Union Feels About Educational Technology
AFT vice president Mary Cathryn Ricker speaks at TEACH 2015.

More than 1.6 million teachers are members of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), the second largest teachers' union in the country. But how does this organization feel about technology's role in the classroom? Does it help teachers, or ultimately make their job more difficult?

EdSurge got the insider's perspective at the annual AFT TEACH conference, and sat down with AFT vice president Mary Cathryn Ricker to chat edtech, charters and more on the EdSurge podcast.

Check it out below!

How One Teachers' Union Feels About Educational Technology

column | Community

How One Teachers' Union Feels About Educational Technology

By Mary Jo Madda (Columnist)     Jul 15, 2015

How One Teachers' Union Feels About Educational Technology
AFT vice president Mary Cathryn Ricker speaks at TEACH 2015.

More than 1.6 million teachers are members of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), the second largest teachers' union in the country. But how does this organization feel about technology's role in the classroom? Does it help teachers, or ultimately make their job more difficult?

EdSurge got the insider's perspective at the annual AFT TEACH conference, and sat down with AFT vice president Mary Cathryn Ricker to chat edtech, charters and more on the EdSurge podcast.

Check it out below!

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