Research

We Hear You

May 2, 2012

WE HEAR YOU: 64% of parents would purchase a mobile device for kids to use at schools, according to Project Tomorrow's annual Speak Up Survey, "Mapping a Personalized Learning Journey: K-12 Students and Parents Connect the Dots with Digital Learning." The survey pinged over 400,000 students, parents, and educators on their views toward technology and learning, and the overall responses suggest a healthy desire from all parties to use the Internet, mobile technologies and social media in schools. Crunchy data is found most quickly in the infographic here.

Research

We Hear You

May 2, 2012

WE HEAR YOU: 64% of parents would purchase a mobile device for kids to use at schools, according to Project Tomorrow's annual Speak Up Survey, "Mapping a Personalized Learning Journey: K-12 Students and Parents Connect the Dots with Digital Learning." The survey pinged over 400,000 students, parents, and educators on their views toward technology and learning, and the overall responses suggest a healthy desire from all parties to use the Internet, mobile technologies and social media in schools. Crunchy data is found most quickly in the infographic here.

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