Educational Innovation and Technology

A New Look at Scale and Opportunity to Learn
“There still remains room for optimism in technology’s ability to transform education, in part, because of its almost unique role in enhancing all students’ opportunities to learn,” write Carnegie Senior Partner and University of Pittsburgh professor Louis Gomez, Carnegie Visiting Resident Scholar Bernard R. Gifford and Kim Gomez, also of the University of Pittsburgh. The authors prepared the paper, “Educational Innovation and Technology: A New Look at Scale and Opportunity to Learn,” for the Aspen Institute’s Congressional Program Conference, “Transforming America’s Education Through Innovation and Technology.”  It is now part of the Carnegie Foundation’s elibrary.