Authored by Sheela VanHoose, Managing Principal, TSG Advisors 


When pocket calculators emerged in the 1970s, rather than being viewed as time-saving instruments to enhance and accelerate learning, the response was more hostile.

In 1972, more than 70 percent of teachers, mathematicians and laypeople did not want calculators used in schools.

The reason? Fear.

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