Districts’ spending on adaptive learning products has grown threefold between 2013 and 2016, according to a new analysis.
Maryland’s largest district seeks a middle school online math curriculum, and a Mississippi district wants an online professional learning platform.
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The Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagen Schools looks to buy an adaptive testing program, and the Calif. district is looking for system to manage iPads and MacBooks.
Kevin Connors, the director of personalized learning for the Chicago public schools, outlines the role of principals in making decisions about instruction and ed-tech purchasing.
Superintendent Scott Muri talks about how parents’ and students’ expectations for communication from districts have changed.
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Going forward, Pearson “is developing its own in-house adaptive learning capability,” said a representative for the company.
Ed-tech tools need to make it easier for teachers to collect, access and use student data. Otherwise districts are wasting their money.
Two school leaders who started their careers in the business world have used that knowledge to infuse their educational work.