At one time we went to school without cell phones, we used textbooks, and teachers wrote on chalkboards.
Now there are computers, tablets, and other new devices.
The Marion County Board of Education has added an administrative assistant of technology position for the central office.
With technology always changing, Superintendent Gary Price said it's something every school district needs.
"We're hoping that by adding the technology administrative position here at Central Office, he will be able to respond quicker to student and teacher needs in the various classrooms. And there will be a coordinated effort to make sure that everything is up and running," Price said.
Chad Norman will be in charge of technology, including scoreboards, projectors, and computers.