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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Educational Policy Influence 1990s and 2000s Increased testingNo Child Left Behind 1980sNation at Risk Deconstructing today's educational technology influences -Eisenhower-Sputnick-National Defense Education Act (NDEA) Today Educational Technologyand Corporate influcence Standardized Testing "Standardized tests of achievement shouldbe administered at major transition pointsfrom one level of schooling to another, andparticularly from high school to college" - Nation at Risk Todd DigbyHamline University Senge (1990) has stressed that when innovatorschange one part of a system, the system almost alwaysworks to change itself back again unless those solutionsmove from a symptomatic to a fundamental change in thesystem. For technology to become an integral aspect ofclassrooms and curricula, the changes in teacher andstudent behaviors must, of necessity, be fundamentalto the system rather than quick fix or Bandaid solutionswhich merely focus on the surface symptoms. " Post World War 2 Today and Education Technology 1950sIncreased Federal Involvement in Education Educational Lobbying Who is Lobbying??? American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) "More broadly, ALEC helpsencourage whats become the prevailing narrative thatthe American public school system at both the K12and university level is failing. References and full documents can be found at iPad vs. Chromebook Earle (2002) (FORBES)
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