This workshop was very interesting! The moderator of the session was Mr. John Smith who works for the Washingston State Superintendent's office. Smith lead discussions on various issues pertaining to the issue of technology in the public schools as well as the faith-based community. There were three panelists, two of whom were of Indain desent and one mixed with Indian and Irish. All three panelists used their own cultural background as supporting evidence and response to the discussions in the seminar to further prove their point about cultural diversity - especially about the subject of MINORITIES. Furthermore, there were other Washingston State officals that worked for the State Superintendent's office that shared their views on the cultural divide of technology and how it pertains to education today across the globe.
-David Deon Lawton, Fort Valley State University