Technology has taken over our world at this day and age. Everyone in some way uses technology quite often. In some ways it’s bad for the environment but better in most. The slogan “Go Green” has become very popular lately and it is encouraging people to be eco-friendly and to think more wisely. More recycling is now taking place and more materials are being made out of recycled paper. People are even buying hybrid cars now just because they are better for the environment and they can be considered eco-friendly. But most people however, are investing in computers instead of other technological devices. A computer helps people to get work done more quickly and it is better for the environment then all the paper we may use otherwise. As technology expands into homes and businesses around the world, this paper looks at how schools will also benefit from its integration. With the “No Child Left behind Act” as a guide to challenging new standards, schools need to look at the different types of technology available to them now and how it will benefit not only the students but also the environment. In order to meet the ever changing need of the economies technology, the responsibility to bring schools up to date falls upon the entire community and school districts alike. With school districts having updated technology it will also be better for the environment which in the long run is better for all.
As all children begin to come home after school, they grab a snack and begin homework. Now just a couple of years ago children would use textbooks to do research and to learn about new topics for school. These days’ children go home and sit in front of computers or laptops to do all the researching they need to on any topic of their choice. Technology used to be a lot of money but throughout the years it has gotten less expensive and more people are able to afford it. Technology is used in means of entertainment, gathering information, communication,...
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