Project RED Announces Results from Phase III Research
America has failed to capitalize on the promise of technology to drive dramatic improvements in student achievement. Over $100 billion dollars has been spent on education technology over the past 35 years, with little or nothing to show for it. Standardized test results have been stagnant for decades. Other methods used to measure student skill level, understanding, or performance have faired the same. All other industries have at least embraced cost savings that could be realized through efficiencies gained by implementing technology.
Why is education, among all industries, the lone failure?
What if a district could dramatically improve student academic performance while reducing overall expenditures?
What if a state could substantially improve its economy?