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Robert Kozma

 Despite having retired from the Center for Technology in Learning, Robert Kozma continues to help link technology with education reform and economic and social development
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 Despite having retired from the Center for Technology in Learning, Robert Kozma continues to help link technology with education reform and economic and social development. He is principal consultant at Kozmalone Consulting, which he founded in 2002 after retiring from SRI International’s Center for Technology in Learning, for which he is emeritus director and principal scientist. CTL’s goal is to improve teaching and learning through innovation and inquiry, which include developing and assessing interactive-learning environments. Kozma consults nationally and internationally with government, non-government, and commercial clients that have included the agencies the World Bank, UNESCO, and the Ford Foundation.

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