ISTE 2013 News: Vision K-20 Survey results released

6/26/2013 12:00:00 AM
 The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) today released the full report from the 2013 Vision K-20 Survey, its sixth annual national survey to measure U.S. educational institutions' self-reported progress toward building a framework that embraces technology and e-learning. SIIA presented the results during the ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) Conference in San Antonio. The report surveyed nearly 1,500 educators and education administrators.

Overall Results
- BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) implementation in schools is projected to increase over the next five years based on responses to new questions in the survey.

- Levels of technology integration at schools are holding steady despite budget challenges, while interest in technology integration continues to remain high.

- Schools and universities continue to rate the importance of technology integration as very important.

- Postsecondary continues to lead the way in technology integration compared to K-12.  

The final 2013 report is available here.

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