"We want legislators to see their dollars at work and see that technology is making a big difference in the classroom," said Mimi McGahee, director of the Educational Technology Center (ECT) at Valdosta State University. "We want them to see that [technology] is not an add-on, it's a way of learning. It's our world."
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Not an 'Add-on'...
Coverage of Ed Tech advocacy on Capitol Hill from eSchool: