Implementation Woes Can Doom Ed-Tech Sales to Districts

California district leader wants evidence that new digital products will not create headaches for his teachers, tech staff, and students.

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Devin Vodicka, superintendent of the Vista Unified Schools in California, is a superintendent on a mission to measure the performance of ed-tech in two ways: its impact on students, and its impact on a school’s operations. Miss targets on either one, and it’s likely to be a deal-breaker.

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