A lot of trees could be saved too by making Text Books available as an E-book. It SHOULD also cut down on the cost of buying said text books because there is no manufacturing cost.
Laptop testing is fine, if and only if, the laptops are secured and then given out for testing. If this is not done kids will find a way to crack and disable the screen capture software so they can cheat. Cheating is a major problem, and technology only makes the problem worse. If they are connected to the internet then hell they could have their phone and text to someone outside class to search and get them answers. If you know what you are doing, you can pre record yourself taking an exam and then set that up on a Virtual Machine then have the screen cap directed to that VM and then do whatever the hell you want taking the real exam.
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Well I think it would work best if they set up an Intranet and gave them access to the tests and books as they need them. But not actually give them internet access while at school. They should also be able to log on from home to get access to homework and books. Cell phones shouldn't be allowed in school anyway. They should only be used in emergency situations.
And from my understanding, a lot of teachers now are taking up phones and ipods and other electronics when they see them. That's how it was when I was in school.. if a teacher saw your phone they took it. With the exception of College of course... But by then people should know better...
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