This book proposes a framework for evaluating ICT integration in Teacher Education. The material presented in this book is distilled from a research that was done using primary school teacher training colleges in Kenya as a case study.This research was motivated by the fact that there is a lot of disjointed initiatives aimed at integrating ICT into education in Kenya with little effort directed at evaluating the impact of these initiatives. This has created a gaping rhetoric-reality gap that new research efforts need to bridge.The research presented in this book is a step towards bridging this gap by proposing a framework to guide evaluation of ICT in Education. Though this research used primary teacher education as a case study, its findings can provide insight and a basis for further research in evaluation of ICT integration at other levels of Education. This book can be of use to researchers and practitioners in the field of Technology in Education. Teachers at primary and Secondary school levels will find this book useful as a guide to facets of computer use in a school environment.It is our hope that this work will motivate and excite further research in ICT and Education.