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There are two primary reasons why public education must change and integrate information technology if it is to survive in the future These two primary reasons could be the cost and the fight against the tax payers The first is cost If schools are to remain public then the public will decide through taxes how many resources the schools can have The second is Tax payers The tax payers all over the nation have been sending a very strong message that the schools are costing too much while at the same time criticizing the public school system for not doing a good enough job Our current system where professional teachers deliver all of the educational experience from the isolated kingdom which is each classroom is costing too much Salaries are 80 to 90 of each school budget This is at a salary level that does not attract people to the teaching profession for the money or the prestige Combining educational reform with technology can allow us to maximize the time and efforts of the good teachers Teaching is interacting with students not taking attendance or duplicating handouts There could be many less skilled educational support jobs in the schools of the future Layton 1 There is also a need to provide the teachers and students time together when and where it is most needed Currently we have very rigidly structured school days Often this rigid structure will interrupt a dynamic lesson or leave a student with nothing to do while the rest of the class finishes To maximize each students time and each teachers interactions with their students we need a flexible demand driven schedule Where each student can get her individual needs met while maximizing the efficient use of the teachers time Alcorn 1 As science has been discovering how
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