Product Implementation That Works: 3 School Districts Describe Best Practices

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It’s no secret: The effectiveness of almost any education product depends on how well it’s implemented on the ground, in a school district.

But what does effective implementation look like?

For answers, EdWeek Market Brief asked administrators in very different types of districts, who had put their bets on very different kinds of products, to describe instances…

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