When education adapts to the modern era, students will be more engaged, more proficient, and more likely to graduate and succeed. Classrooms that don’t embrace technology are becoming progressively out of touch with the way America’s children learn at home and away from school, BCG’s Allison Bailey and J. Puckett explain in a commentary published by McClatchy-Tribune News Service.
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