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Every now and then, I hear from people who believe our students need to “return to the basics.” In some conversations, this means an emphasis on core curricular areas such as reading, writing, and arithmetic. In other conversations, it is the belief that our students do not need technology — that we need to return to the era of paper and pencil.

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