Company and District Partnership: The Secret Sauce to a Successful Edtech Implementation (Tech & Learning)

Edtech is only effective when it is implemented with fidelity, and to implement with fidelity requires that user-centered design doesn’t stop with your product. There must be a partnership between the districts and their technology providers to ensure implementation plans put the user experience, whether that user is a teacher or a student, front and center.

Featuring Edthena and quotes from IDEA Public Schools (TX) and Long Branch Public Schools (NJ).

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