WHAT FACTORS DRIVE OR DOOM EDTECH IMPLEMENTATION
An effort to identify the 10 best indicators of whether or not ed-tech implementations will work in school districts is being launched by the Jefferson Education Exchange.
The nonprofit organization, whose goal is to help educators and education leaders make better-informed decisions about ed-tech, is starting an extensive study designed to give school officials a research-based understanding of what ed-tech is likely to work in their district, under what conditions, and why—and what is unlikely to work, when, and why not, said Bart Epstein, JEX’s president and CEO.Read the Full Article
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