Karen Cator of Digital Promise reflects on the state of Ed Tech in 2015. Milpitas' stance on Ed Tech is to allow the best technologies to be available to both students & teachers while maintaining a continuum of core applications that are used district-wide.
"Two years ago, I wrote a post for LinkedIn in which I asserted that education is having its Internet moment. Broadband, Wi-Fi and powerful mobile devices were becoming more accessible, the quality of digital content, learning apps, and tools was getting better and better, and I called for readers to accelerate innovation and scale up adoption of technology in education.
I haven't changed my opinion, and the numbers bear me out. The global education technology market is massive and continues to grow. According to Flybridge Capital Partners – which put together a fun and enlightening Ed Tech Market Map – education technology companies sell more than..."
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