Though saving money is always a goal of school administrators, sometimes an investment is worth it — this is especially true for teacher PD. Cheaper options, even for technology tools, exist but often don’t deliver.
There’s plenty to consider to help leaders make strategic and cost-effective purchasing decisions, outlined in this eSchool News article by Adam Geller, founder and CEO of Edthena.
This includes determining what will integrate best into teachers’ workflows, whether tools provide teachers feedback and data, and if they truly help a teacher meet their goals.
Read more about each of these factors: Why cheap teacher PD costs you more money in the long run