eSchoolNews has a fantastic letter from the editor regarding the federal government’s recent evaluation of learning software for schools. The editor lambasts reporters’ overblown headlines, inappropriate and overbroad conclusions, and failure to adequately criticize and critically reflect upon the report and its accompanying publicity material.

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