Tech Leader’s Wish List: Subject-Agnostic Applications, Student-Creation Elements, and Teacher Input

'Our Message Is That We Are Using Technology to Amplify Student Learning'

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The technology director at a suburban Chicago school district has a piece of advice for ed-tech vendors: Don’t rest on your laurels.

Alicia Duell, the director of technology and information services for the Wheeling, Ill., Community Consolidated School District 21, says she’s looking for ed-tech products that hit the K-8 district’s…

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