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Read As • Few respondents report that their program is sustainable for only one year—3% of schools with 1:1 student-computer ratios and 8% of schools with 2:1 or 3:1 ratios. • ree out of four schools with 1:1 programs believe their program is sustainable for five years or more.
Project RED Commentary Sustainability is an important factor in eﬀective change management. If stakeholders believe that the program is not sustainable, they are reluctant to make the extra eﬀort required for success. However, in many districts, building-level administrators may not know the district-level budget plans that aﬀect future funding.
Chapter 6: Technology Implementation in Schools
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