Scaling Up Ed-Tech Products: A Look at Barriers–and Potential Strategies

A Gates Foundation Grant-maker Talks About How Digital Companies Can Grow, and Innovate

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A recent analyis found that digital tools that mesh well within existing classrooms and don’t disrupt school norms tend to get adopted most widely, even though they may not have a positive impact on teaching and learning.

EdWeek Market Brief’s Ben Herold talked with Sara Allan, a deputy director of K-12 programs at the Gates foundation, about how digital companies can push for both innovation, and scale, in schools.

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