How can schools improve technology procurement?

06/2/2013 | Education Week

A recent report suggests that school districts improve their education-technology procurement by making the process transparent, communicating more with ed-tech entrepreneurs, so they know what technology is needed and undertaking a "bottom up" approach to planning. The report from the nonprofit Digital Promise and the design firm IDEO finds that such an approach could help bring more innovative and useful technology into schools.

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