Developed by the International Technology Education Associationís Technology
for All Americans
Project, Rationale and Structure provides a new vision for the study of technology. The document
defines technology and discusses the power and the promise of technology and the need for
technological literacy. It presents the Universals for the study of technology and describes how
technology should be integrated into the core of the curriculum from kindergarten through high
school and beyond. Finally, a challenge is made to all concerned to take action to establish technology education standards and make technological literacy an educational priority.
The International Technology Education Association is pleased to offer
you the opportunity to view
this important document on-line. Click here to view a .pdf copy of the Rationale and Structure. For a summary of the Rationale and Structure, click here to download and print a copy of the Executive Summary.
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