Survey: 56 percent of parents grade technology at schools adequate

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

About half of parents and students feel their schools are adequate technology-wise, according to a survey from the Center for the Digital Future.

Schools that don't take advantage of these tools are "missing an opportunity," said Jeff Cole, founder and director of the center, based at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, which conducted the survey with Bovitz Inc.

About 56% of parents said they think the technological facilities at their child's school are adequate, with 15% disagreeing and the remainder taking no view, according to the survey results.

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