The Politics of Education Technology

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The reporting often isolates education technology from other developments in the computer technology sector and tends to isolate education technology from education politics and policies more broadly (unless, of course, those policies dovetail with the political interests of ed-tech and ed-reform, which they often do). million in E-Rate rebates.). And then, of course, there was the scandal surrounding Mylan and the outrageous price increase of its allergy injector EpiPen.