> If the percentage of our total school budget for technology was n% in 2010,
> does that mean it should be n% in 2015 when the use of that technology
> piece has doubled in both number of hours used and number of functions it
No, I'd say that it should be something *less* than n%. Just factoring in
Moore's law, the dropping price of Internet access (etc.) and the fact that
our brains have not increased in size makes that point clear.
The tricky part is determining how much less than n%. :-)
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