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Improving Learning with Information Technology: Report of a Workshop References Carvin, A. ( 2000). (Ed.). The E-rate in America: A tale of four cities. Benton Foundation Communications Policy and Practice Program. Washington, DC: Author. Available: <http://www.benton.org/e-rate/e-rate.4cities.pdf> [3/5/02]. Cattagni, A., and Ferris, E. ( 2001). Internet access in U.S. public schools and classrooms: 1994-2000 (NCES 2001–071). U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics . Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Available: <http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2001/2001071.pdf> [1/28/02]. CEO Forum on Education and Technology. ( 1999). Professional development: A link to better learning. The CEO Forum school technology and readiness report-year two. Washington, DC: Author. CEO Forum on Education and Technology. ( 2000). Teacher preparation staR chart: A self-assessment tool for colleges of education - preparing a new generation of teachers. Washington, DC: Author. Cuban, L. ( 2001). Oversold and underused: Computers in the classroom. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Darling-Hammond, L. ( 1996). What matters most: Teaching for America's future. Kutztown, PA: National Commission on Teaching and America's Future. Darling-Hammond, L. ( 1997). Doing what matters most: Investing in quality teaching. Kutztown, PA: National Commission on Teaching and America's Future. Friedman, T. ( 1999). Next, it's E-ducation. New York Times, A29, November 17. Gilder, G. ( 1993). Metcalfe's law and legacy. Forbes ASAP 152: Supplement (September 13), 158-166. Hussar, W. J. ( 1999). Predicting the need for newly hired teachers in the United States (NCES 1999-026). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Kaput, J., and Roschelle, J. ( 1998). The mathematics of change and variation from a millennial perspective: New content, new context. In C. Hoyles, C. Morgan, and G. Woodhouse (Eds.), Rethinking the mathematics curriculum. London: Falmer Press.

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