Thanks for your comments. Let’s hope that the “shift” will continue to happen at NCTE annual conventions. Prohibitive cost is always the immediate answer when the wireless issue is brought up, so let’s hope the comment is noticed above from the person who said he would gladly check off a box to pay a little more to get wireless. It makes me wonder how the other professional teaching organizations (that aren’t itech) such as NCSS, NCTM and NSTA handle this apparent dilemma.
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