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Educator Priorities In Using Tech

K-12 educators place a higher priority on improving student performance and boosting productivity relative to higher education.
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K-12 educators place a higher priority on improving student performance and boosting productivity relative to higher education. In contrast, higher education places relatively greater importance on remote access to data and knowledge management.

SOURCE: From the new survey by CompTIA (www.comptia.org), IT OPPORTUNITIES IN THE EDUCATION MARKET. For more info, http://blog.comptia.org/2011/06/29/finding-opportunities-in-the-classroom/
Base: 500 U.S. K-12 and higher education teachers, professors, administrators, and IT staff

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