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NASSP Bulletin

1984 Volume 68, Number 472

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Technology Education: Its Place and Importance in the Curriculum

    Linda Rae Markert

    Reports a survey of Northern California high school principals and recent graduates addressing the extent to which technological subject matter has been incorporated into course offerings. The... More

    pp. 27-34

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  2. Microcomputers in a Small Rural Junior High? You Bet!

    Bud Root

    Successful incorporation of computers into the curriculum is credited to desire, flexibility, time, and interested and available staff. The program described features a computer literacy "license" ... More

    pp. 35-37

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  3. The Computer in Education--Are We over Our Heads?

    Vincent E. Schrader

    Cautions school systems considering buying microcomputers that staying current with technology is difficult and that much existing software and hardware is inferior; identifies critical concerns... More

    pp. 38-42

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  4. The Big Step into Technology: Advice for the Cautious/Reluctant School Administrator

    Sandy Young

    Examples of innovative applications of telecommunications are cited, and the importance of school administrators' acquiring computer literacy emphasized. What educational leaders should know about ... More

    pp. 43-48

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  5. The Two Percent Solution--Funding for Use of Computers

    David Moursund

    A permanent commitment to allocating two percent of a district's budget for the instructional use of computers would eventually provide one microcomputer per 10 students and adequate software,... More

    pp. 49-54

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  6. Managing Reorganization with an "In-House" Computer

    Michael Waring

    An inhouse student scheduling and information system facilitated the successful reorganization of a Massachusetts high school to a four-year program. (MJL) More

    pp. 55-58

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