Last spring, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt surveyed 1,000 classroom teachers and school and district administrators nationwide as part of its inaugural Educator Confidence Report. Highlights include:
● 97% of those surveyed use some form of digital content in classrooms.
● 60% said that technology use in the classroom improves student engagement.
● 55% said that technology use in the classroom improves ability for students to access instructional content anytime and anywhere.
● 48% said that technology use in the classroom enables teachers to better deliver differentiated / individualized instruction.
● 23% said students use a laptop / desktop daily to do classwork.
● 58% expressed concern about privacy risks associated with collection and use of student data.
DOWNLOAD THE FULL REPORT AT LEARN.HMHCO.COM/ECR2015.