DELOITTE has released results from its 2016 digital education survey looking at some 2,800 responses from teachers, parents and students. According to the survey, almost half of classrooms use a digital device every day, and 75 percent of teachers think digital content will replace printed textbooks sometime in the next 10 years. Among other highlights, four in 10 teachers still think their school is behind in adopting technology, so there’s still room for growth in classrooms. The study also looked at age and device preferences, types of multimedia learning content and some of the challenges to technology. Check out the full survey report for more.