CA Dept of Education: Technology Readiness Tool Survey

SACRAMENTO—Forty-two percent of California schools participated in the first of six surveys scheduled in a nationwide effort to gauge readiness for new on-line assessments, prompting State Schools Superintendent Tom Torlakson to urge more schools to take part in the future.

“We know our schools already face enormous day-to-day challenges—but we also need to understand what issues they face as we move to online testing over the next few years,” Torlakson said. “We know this effort will take time, energy and resources— all of which are in short supply. That’s why we need the broadest participation possible in this survey, so that we provide as much assistance as possible to schools as they make the transition to 21st-century testing.”

via Technology Readiness Tool Survey.

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