As we see more and more technology attempting to make an impact on education, we often hear about fears that people have. Fears such as… They want technology to replace teachers. Technology can never really know students like a teacher can. Technology will reduce teaching memorization and to multiple choice assessments. Of course it would

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If ed tech companies, consultants, and all other third party education partners create their products and refine their work without talking to teachers, they could very well be wasting their time. Developing and working in a bubble is like taking a shot in the dark. Before development begins, it is extremely important to identify and

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NewSchools has recently released an updated technology market map for the K-12 sector. As they have in the past, NewSchools partnered with Education Elements and Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation (formerly the Innosight Institute) to identify and organize companies that are currently working in the K-12 education market. Browsing through the map of ed

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