Greenfield, M. (2014, March 20th). There is no bubble in educational technology. Not for businesses that actually make sense.
In this article, the writer is aiming at proving that investing in private schools is profitable. Most entrepreneurs have the notion that investing in district schools is a loss of money. The author highlights that the capitalists do not know that there are a lot of start-ups in district schools and that companies that invest in district schools make a lot of profits within a short period of time. Most capitalists have flooded in the digital textbook companies to fund and invest in them so as to get easy and quick profit.
Scott, D. (2014, March 24th). Balancing Act. New edtech funding solution protects local taxpayers.
The purpose of this article was to name and explain the new solution that has recently been discovered to balance the act of providing good education to children and saving taxpayers financial strain. The new solution that has been found to balance the act is the Ed-Tech bonds. Ed-Tech bonds enable the district school and community colleges to be able to purchase for educational technology with a lot of series of short-term bonds that are matched to the useful life of the technology. This has led to the elimination of long-term debt and has enabled the rapid funding of fleeting technology.
Orey, M. J. (2012). Educational Media and Technology Yearbook (Vol. 37).
The book was purposely intended to explain the influence of technology in education. There are some universities that are offering educational technology as a course for doctoral and master’s degree. The first step to starting to solve a problem in education and its funding is by making sure that there are individuals who are educated and are experts in that field. Many capitalists ate investing in educational technologies such as digital textbook platforms.
Devaney, L. (2014, March 14th). March. 5 education grants you don't want to miss.
The researcher of this article had the intentions of finding out the funding of schools. The researcher found out that the funding of the schools has become even more difficult and the budgets for schools have been stretched to the limit. The government has shifted its focus from funding maths to funding school arts programs.
7 ways to get funding and grants for technology in your classroom. (2013, July 29th). Retrieved from nutmegeducation.com.
This article focuses on the several ways that a teacher or a student can get funding for the classroom without using personal money. The author highlighted seven ways in which one can get receive funding for technology and they include: Technology donor programme, funding factory, computers for learning, corning incorporated foundation, donors choose, digital wish grants and computer recycling centre.
Technology in education. (2014, March). Retrieved September 1st, 2011, from Education week : http://www.edweek.org/ew/issues/technology-in-education/?override=web
The constant and rapid change in technology is causing challenges for schools and also creates opportunities for schools. This has made the world a global village since people can now take classes online from anywhere in the world. However, it is challenging for schools to catch up with the new technologies that emerge often and it is also difficult to know what works best.
(2014, March). Technology in education magazine(205).
The magazine is focusing on the government which is looking for solutions to try and balance the act of reducing the strains on taxpayers and improving the level of education using technologies. The capitalists are taking advantage of the shifts in technology to make quick and easy profits and thus many companies and corporations are being funded yet they carry out the same function.
Goldin, C. D. (2007). The race between education and technology.
The book is aiming at the contest between education and technology especially in the twentieth and the twenty first century. The book argues out that the changes in technology, education and inequality are in some kind of race. Technology is always changing and education is trying to catch up with the change so as to improve its quality.
Hess, M. F. (2013, December 16th). How to use technology in education.
The article highlights the technology that has brought change in teaching and learning in schools. The book is the only learning technology that has really transformed the learning and the teaching in schools. When it was introduced, educators did not find it useful and of value but over the years it has been profitable to students. This is through ways such as allowing the students to access books written by authors from all over the world and it has made students to be less reliant to teachers.
Chandra, R. (2003). Teaching and technology for human development.
The purpose of the book is to break down the expenditure of the government on education. The funding of the schools in the U.S is giving 44% of the national expenditure. Foundations also contribute to the funding through activities and other sources are like capitalists that fund companies and corporations that support education so as to earn profit.