Involving Stakeholders in Developing Technology (B. Norman).
Tracking Data on Student Achievement: Questions and Lessons (S. King).
Linking Technology to Educational Improvements (J. Costa & E. Bobowick).
Using Technology to Promote Classroom Innovation (K. Holvig & G. Crisci).
Learning from Technology Through Action Research (B. Spitz & M. Klais).
Teaching Computer Search Skills to Middle School Students (M. Klais).
Building Technological Expertise Among Teachers (E. Bobowick).
Creating an Information Infrastructure: Challenges for the Future (B. Kallick & J. Wilson).
"At last educators have a resource that offers a user–friendly approach to applying technology to student learning and organizational growth. Information Technology for Schools tells us how data support decisions, how faculty become empowered to employ technology in the classroom, and how guided inquiry is a tool for continuous improvement of the learning environment." (Judith R. Fox, superintendent of schools, Byram Hills School District, Armonk, New York)
"It′s a good read for educators involved in I.T. and offers many good points, including expertise and P.D. for teachers." (Professionally Speaking Magazine, 6/01)
"...the volume offers valuable food for thought for those looking at technology planning issues." (Education Review, 3/04/02)