To close, despite the progress in digital learning tools and efforts to improve access gap to ed- technology access continue to school budgets into one of the largest obstacles to classroom technology can, according to a survey of PBS LearningMedia of Prek-12 teachers.
Though Ed-tech activists’ technology for seamless integration of technology in education gave only 22 percent of teachers reviewed have "adequate" stage of equipment in their classrooms.
63 percent of teachers said that the budget remains a barrier to access to technology classrooms, and low-income, 70 percent of teachers reported budgets are the main obstacle. Apart from funding, teachers reported that lack of familiarity with the equipment (8 percent), lack of knowledge about where the appropriate technology or lack of education (8 percent), incompatibility of technologies, see "with their current curriculum (7 percent), slow / bad / no connection to the Internet (6 percent), and various other reasons (9 percent) as obstacles to the use of technology in the classroom.
Socio-economic cachet as well plays a role in added areas: 38 percent of agents in flush academy districts appear top levels of affectionate support, evaluated with just 14 percent of agents in low-income communities; and 38 percent of agents in advantageous areas accept academy lath support, evaluated to 21 percent of agents in low-income areas.
Computer access is not a botheration for the mainstream of teachers—91 percent accept entrance to laptops or computers in their classroom—but admission to “latest” technology. 59 percent accept admission to alternate whiteboards, and agents in flush districts are alert as acceptable to accept admission to tablets as agents in middle- and low-income districts.
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