The Survey Says… Big Tech Purchases with More Tech to Come: Looking Back to Look Forward

By Charles Sosnik The U.S. K-12 sector spent $35.8 Billion in 2020 on all things EdTech, including hardware, major software systems, digital curriculum resources and networks, a healthy increase of $7.5 Billion over 2019. This spike was largely due to the CARES Act and essential capital spending on EdTech to enable remote learning, especially in institutions that had to scramble to issue computing devices, software and urgent training for teachers and students. One computer manufacturer privately shared with the Learning Counsel that they sold over 18 million machines into U.S. schools in under three months. Many schools and districts in […]

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