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All students will be prepared to meet the challenge of a dynamic global society in which they participate, contribute, achieve, and flourish through universal access to people, information and ideas.
More than ever before, our schools are being asked to prepare students for a world full of technological wonder and the science fiction of yesterday.
As we prepare our students for the 21st Century, we can expect the tools we use to evolve and our needs to change.
River Vale will be ready.
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Benefits that educational technology will bring to the 21st century:
Beyond the "one-to-one" standard is Ubiquitous Access to Computing Resources for Teaching and Learning. Districts across the nation are implementing and evaluating a variety of approaches that allow students ubiquitous access to computing resources for teaching and learning. These approaches have been referred to as anywhere, anytime learning, one-to-one computing, laptop learning, or 24/7 access.
Twenty-first century schools must prepare students to compete in an increasingly global marketplace where innovation, information, and services are as highly valued as manufacturing products were one hundred years ago. This changing role places new demands on facilities, staffing, and resources as needs and audiences grow and change.
(courtesy of NJ DOE)