Desire vs. Feasibility: EdTech in the Texas Public School System




Dorado, Alicia M.

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The purpose of this research is to examine public school funding practices in the state of Texas and the ways in which it will affect the ability to supply proper means for immersion of technology based education curriculum in the future. This study consists of literature review, analysis and comparisons of state initiatives to implement technology-based curriculum, and observation of social changes in education. Throughout this research, it has been identified that the growth of societal dependence on technology does not parallel with the growth of technological public school curriculum in the state of Texas. This study embodies disconnect between societal growth in technology and government support of this growth in public school education.



public education, Texas, policy, education policy, EdTech, TechEd, curriculum, technology, classroom funding, Texas education, Honors College


Dorado, A. M. (2017). Desire vs. feasibility: EdTech in the Texas public school system (Unpublished thesis). Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas.


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