TEACHERS FEEL LESS COMPUTER LITERATE THAN THEIR STUDENTS
| NEW YORK
Nearly nine of 10 classroom teachers consider the computer revolution a boon to education, but a majority of them also feel less computer-literate than their students, according to a poll. Fifty-nine percent believe teachers are inadequately trained in computer use, according to the poll released Sunday by International Business Machines Corporation.
Two-thirds of United States teachers use classroom computers, but 52 percent said they felt less computer literate than their students.