The Top Drivers for Ed-Tech Buying

Vendors Need a Clear Understanding of Districts' Specific Academic Goals

Director, Research Center
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Districts’ purchases of new educational technology may start with lofty visions, but the deals end up firmly planted back down on the ground, where concrete concerns take precedence during post-purchase product evaluations and contract renewals.

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