By Nick Pandolfo
It seems reasonable to think that California—home to Silicon Valley—would be ahead of the game when it comes to the uses of technology in education. But apparently that isn’t the case. As a growing list of states adopts more digital-friendly school models, the Golden State has actually been slow to shift toward a greater digital presence in schools.
The Digital Learning Council, a nonprofit led by former Govs. Jeb Bush and Bob Wise that tries to advance quality digital education initiatives, released a report in 2011 that ranked California last in regard to advances in technology and digital education.
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