Educators Question PowerPoint Usage Microsoft's PowerPoint presentation software has become a fixture in many American schools. Some educators say the program forces students to think in bullet points, instead of exploring the complexity of their subjects. Jackson Braider of member station WGBH reports.
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Microsoft's PowerPoint presentation software has become a fixture in many American schools. Some educators say the program forces students to think in bullet points, instead of exploring the complexity of their subjects. Jackson Braider of member station WGBH reports.