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Since 1960 and throughout the 90's education has witnessed incremental changes in public policy that has ranged from improved practices to big government presidential initiatives starting with ...
Since 1960 and throughout the 90's education has witnessed incremental changes in public policy that has ranged from improved practices to big government presidential initiatives starting with Johnston, Regan, Clinton, Bush, and Obama. What may be missing in these incremental changes to improve education are the disruptive technology innovations that have occurred over time when education policy makers were conversing on the ideas of accountability through federal support structures. These were the disruptive innovations that were occurring within society; the technology innovations responsible for the first transistor radio, home computer, and internet. The same disruptive innovations creating a global telecommunication network that encouraged imagination and began to customize individual learning from Web 1.0 (read and write web) to the construction of Web 2.0 (social networks) of share and share alike resources.