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Americans' views of large technology companies have become significantly more negative over the past 18 months, and the public's calls for increased government regulation of these businesses has risen.
In a recent Google/Gallup study, less than half of U.S. students, parents and educators said they were satisfied with the availability of computer science education.
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Teachers who foster creativity, especially those who leverage technology, are more likely to view their students as capable, engaged learners.
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In 2000, half of Americans lacked a cellphone and about half of these said they had no intention of ever getting one.
A new Gallup-GSMA study examines the relationships between the use of mobile IT devices and how people worldwide view their lives.
Employed Americans are not particularly worried about their jobs becoming obsolete because of technology. They worry most about having their benefits cut.
Postgraduate degree holders who took at least half of their classes online fare just as well on many employment and life satisfaction measures as those who took most courses in person.