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EdWeek Market Brief: Pressure Building for Education Companies Over Price Transparency in K-12 Market

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Massive Data Breaches, Billions in Wasted Funds: Who Is Holding Edtech Vendors Accountable?

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School districts getting ripped off with expensive edtech, new report finds

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Report: Sharing ed tech prices could save schools $3B annually

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K-12 Schools Could Save Billions by Sharing Ed-Tech Prices, Report Says

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Non-Profit Aims For Market Transparency In K-12 Edtech Purchases

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Consortium's Data Platform allows members to see peer reviews and the actual prices paid by districts.

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Technology for Education Consortium (TEC) Launches First-Ever Online Library of EdTech Pricing Data for School Districts

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Why some schools pay $100 more for the same iPads

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A new nonprofit takes aim at ed tech pricing. First target: The iPad

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New Tech Consortium Research Probes iPad Pricing for School Districts

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New Nonprofit TEC Aims to Help Districts Negotiate Fair Prices, Starting with iPads

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New school consortium seeks to level procurement field

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To Beat Out Incumbent Companies, Forge Alliances ....… Hal Friedlander has an insider’s perspective on the district buying process. He’s a former chief information officer for the New York City school system, the nation’s largest, with 1.1 million students, 1,800 schools, and a $25 billion budget. Today, Friedlander is the CEO and co-founder of the Technology for Education Consortium, a nonprofit focused on bringing transparency, efficiency, and collaboration to the tech-buying process for schools.

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Apple iPads are getting crushed in a key market by what Tim Cook calls 'test machines'

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District Ed-Tech Purchasing Data, Pricing to be Shared, Compared on Platform

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