Out Takes: How the stimulus package is pushing technology in education

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A $5 billion grant to states is helping schools develop data networks to monitor students’ progress and keep track of tests mandated under the No Child Left Behind legislation. New York City has the biggest data network in place right now. Beth Fertig, a reporter with WNYC in New York joins The Takeaway to look at how this is working in the country’s largest public school system.

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