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The eSchool News Staff asked a handful of education and edtech experts such as Susan Patrick of iNACOL, Michael Horn of Innosight Institute, Karen Cator of the U.S. Department of Education, Gene Carter of ASCD, and others their predictions for education in 2012.

Nearly all agreed that technology’s potential to create personalized, student-centered learning environments will be even more fully realized in the coming year, thanks to powerful developments in blended instruction, data analytics, formative assessment, and more. But one expert warned that achievement gaps between privileged and disadvantaged children will only increase if income gaps and unemployment rates aren’t brought under control.

Read their thoughts in the eSchool News Article “Experts Share Their EdTech Predictions for the New Year.”

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