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Thursday, March 29, 2007

Excerpt from the article, including Margaret's quote: Other experts on educational technology point out that the Bush administration has taken up the issue of young people's readiness for the globally competitive workforce, which provides an opening to discuss the role of technology. "Ideally, NCLB should embrace the importance of 21st-century skills, in which information and computer-technology literacy is a key part," says Margaret A. Honey, the director of the Center for Children and Technology, in New York City.

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