Crisis in education

  title={Crisis in education},
  author={Peter T. Knight and Anthony Parsons},
A summary of the workshop convened in May 1971 in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil by the Council on Higher Education in the American Republics to assess current applications of communications technology for the improvement of educational systems in Latin America is given in this document..Against a background which includes: 1) technological asymmetry in which hardware development races ahead of software development and in which technology is not fully integrated into the overall educational matrix… 

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