Authors Mal Lee & Roger Broadie
Societal and technological change are having a profound impact on the nature of schooling.
That impact is particularly evident in those schools that divined the immense educational opportunities opened by the World Wide Web and who have embarked on the journey to realise those opportunities.
Twenty years on those schools have normalised the everyday use of the digital in school ecologies in keeping with society’s ever-rising expectations.
There are strong signs that the traditional mode of school policy development, which evolved in a world of constancy and continuity, has been replaced.