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29 K-12 edtech predictions for 2021

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Jason Meyer, Group Product Manager, Projectors, Epson America, Inc. COVID-19 highlighted that the digital divide was not exclusive to rural areas, as many families in urban areas cannot afford internet connectivity. I anticipate that 2021 will see a continuation of both virtual and hybrid learning at all levels of education.

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65 ways equity, edtech, and innovation shone in 2022

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Virtual and hybrid learning continued into the spring, but then classrooms welcomed back students for full-time in-person learning in the fall. Many silver linings emerged and digital learning cemented itself as a “must have” in schools. –Remco Bergsma, CEO, MiEN Company.

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64 predictions about edtech trends in 2024

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Here’s what they had to say: Text-based AI interfaces provide an opportunity to help close the digital divide…and avoid an impending AI divide. Remi Del Mar, Senior Product Manager for K-12 Projectors, Epson America I believe the mental well-being of students and educators will continue to be a top focus in 2024.

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65 predictions about edtech trends in 2024

eSchool News

Here’s what they had to say: Text-based AI interfaces provide an opportunity to help close the digital divide…and avoid an impending AI divide. Remi Del Mar, Senior Product Manager for K-12 Projectors, Epson America I believe the mental well-being of students and educators will continue to be a top focus in 2024.

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