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The Edtech Revolution: 2010 – 2017

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Now, we know that edtech has been proven to improve test scores and overall classroom engagement. But, how does the 2010 vision for edTech match what’s actually happening today? Given that many children were acquiring iPads for personal use, some schools adopted a Bring Your Own Device ( BYOD) Policy. The cost, plus it’s easy manageability and durability, made Chromebooks a main player in the edtech game. ” 1:1 + Common Core = $$$$$.

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CoSN 2018: Broadband and Cybersecurity Are Top IT Concerns

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IT leaders say they use funds from the E-rate program and delay replacement or defer maintenance/upgrade contracts as a strategy to overcome budget issues. Twice as many districts that are seeking to create a one-to-one computing environment are providing the device versus using a BYOD strategy. Significant progress has been made in the transition to digital assessments , with 80 percent ready or almost ready to conduct Common Core or statewide high-stakes online assessments.