The debate about the value of digital technology versus more traditional textbook learning moved to the airwaves. Callers to "The Brian Lehrer Show" weighed in on the New York Times article on digital technology companies' inflating their results. One caller said the software was only as good as the training offered to the teachers who have to use it. And a parent credited a math software program for helping her son pass his Regents test. Take a listen to the conversation below.
The article is part of the Times series on educational technology, "Grading the Digital School."