How Edtech Can Help Build a Blueprint for Real Change in K-12

There are over 132,000 school communities in the USA. Many have innovative programs, but few have redesigned the core of school in a meaningful sense or in ways that meet the needs of diverse learners and a shifting economy. Billions of dollars have been spent on edtech by these same communities. These investments have served to reinforce the status quo. There may be an alternative. Today’s edtech market is fragmented. Purchasing decisions happen at all levels from districts to schools to individual classrooms to parents. How might we escape this vicious fragmentation? How can edtech catalyze and accelerate a redesign of school itself?


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