Analyses | Education and human resources | 2016-04-11 | Sing Tao

Anything but high-tech: Why are tech experts sending their children to computer-free schools?

Computers are now a common sight in classrooms, but its effectiveness on learning remains a contested issue according to an OECD study. At the same time, some IT executives in the United States are opting to send their children to schools that are tech-free. Is there anything wrong with digital learning?

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