Seven ways to support at-risk students’ learning with technology

Over the past decade as many school budgets have remained stagnant, spending in educational technology has climbed to record levels, with no signs of slowing. As schools around the country consider investing in technology as a way to improve student outcomes, particularly for those students deemed “at-risk,” it’s imperative that district leaders understand the methods research has shown actually work.

Source: Schools of the Future | NAESP

Here are seven ways principals can use technology in their buildings to enhance learning. I firmly believe number 1, lead with a vision for learning, not technology, is the most important.

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