How to Ask Your Admin for New EdTech

In the world of edtech purchasing, a gap often exists between the users and the buyers. A tech director, principal, or other administrator is charged with selecting tools that teachers and students will rely on day to day.

This gap is product selection can be a challenge. 

What this gap means is that we need really great conversations between educators and tech decision makers to ensure that tech selected is going to match the user’s needs. When teachers and students are kept out of edtech-buying conversations, platforms are chosen that don’t support learning gains. Users eventually stop using it; instead, they turn to free solutions or drop digital components from their course.

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