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Issue #1: We punish kids for using technology that feels natural to them.


Issue #2: When we give teachers in low-income districts technology, we often fail to train them or give them the space to experiment. 

Issue #3: When we give low-income students technology, we often fail to give them freedom or creative spaces in which to use them.

Issue #4: We are failing to involve families in the implementation of technology.

Issue #5: There aren’t enough public spaces to talk about this issue and potential solutions.

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