Alabama Joins Ambitious Nationwide Effort to Figure Out What EdTech Works, Where, and Why
Educators in three states will track and document their experiences with technology through a public-private initiative launched by UVA-affiliated EdTech Evidence Exchange
Montgomery, Ala. – The EdTech Evidence Exchange, a nonprofit affiliated with the University of Virginia’s School of Education and Human Development, today announced that Alabama has joined the inaugural cohort of its initiative to help educators share data about what technology works, where, and why.Read the Press Release
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