Do digital divisions still persist in schools? Access to technology and technical skills of teachers in high needs schools in the United States of America

Chapman, L., Masters, J., & Pedulla, J.
In this article, the authors examine whether there is any indication of current differences in technology access, skills and classroom integration practices as reported by teachers participating in an online professional development initiative. Survey data was collected from Title 1 school teachers before and after participation in their first e-Learning for Educators online professional development workshop. Findings indicated that differences in technology access among schools cannot be solved by funding alone.
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