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Is she for real?
As a teacher of 30 years experience at many grade levels, I agree that a good teacher can teach without books, supplies, or technology. The question is, with all the emphasis on accountability, and technology use in the classroom (not school labs, which are generally unavailable on a regular basis), how can we, as teachers, be expected to provide up to date instruction, individualized and remedial lessons for almost every student in our classes, and meet the requirements of NCLB? Money is being thrown right and left, at everything except education.