District Official to Game Developers: Show Me the Data, and the Assessments

As K-12 Games Rise in Popularity, So Do Expectations for What They Should Deliver

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Educational games are roaring through the K-12 landscape, with research showing that adoption has reached unprecedented levels.  Much of the growth is concentrated in digital games for younger learners, with nearly two-thirds of K-5 teachers reporting digital game use in their classrooms.

To get a better feel for how educational game developers can capitalize on this rapidly growing opportunity, EdWeek Market Brief spoke with Jim Peterson, the chief technology officer at Bloomington School District in Illinois.

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