Project Red is a national research and advocacy plan currently underway to assist in the transformation of education through technology. If you have a technology-rich school or district, we encourage you to share your story through the Project Red survey.
ClassLink recently had the opportunity to interview one of the authors of the survey, Jeanne Hayes, a nationally-recognized innovator and practitioner in ubiquitous technology. You may recognize Ms. Hayes as the co-author of two earlier important educational surveys, America’s Digital Schools 2006 and America’s Digital Schools 2008.
Early findings include:
- 78% of respondents noted substantial paperwork reduction through data mapping and reducing redundant systems
- 66% show noticeable cost reductions in paper and copy machine expenses
- 2 to 1 improvements on high stakes test scores are reported
Please use the link below to assist our nation’s schools in providing true 21st Century learning transformation by reading the interview and participating in the survey.
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To read the entire interview with Jeanne Hayes or access the Project Red survey, click here.