What's the No. 1 Technology Complaint from Teachers?

Find out the answer.

by News Staff / March 11, 2015

Answer: They don't have enough computers and tablets in their classrooms.

While teachers overwhelmingly say technology plays a significant role in their classroom, they want more of it. In particular, 60 percent of more than 3,000 teachers surveyed worldwide said their No. 1 complaint was not having enough computers and tablets, according to TES Global.

But Internet access doesn't pose quite as much of a problem, with 35 percent citing connectivity as a barrier. And in what may come as a surprising stat, 69 percent of teachers say that they use open resources more than textbooks.   

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