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Latest Report: How School Districts Can Save (Billions) On Edtech

This is a comprehensive report on EdTech purchasing that finds school districts are being overcharged by at least $3 billion on hardware and software spend each year. Schools spend an estimate $13.2 billion on EdTech each year. The full reports analyzes pricing data from 130 school districts around the country. TEC found that prices varied between 20 to 40 percent for both hardware and software products, with no correlation to district size. Read the full report.

 

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This is an overview of the comprehensive study on Edtech purchasing that finds school districts are being overcharged by at least $3 billion on hardware and software spend each year. Schools spend an estimate $13.2 billion on Edtech each…

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March 2017: TEC’s EdTech Funding Under ESSA​ is a periodic report tracking ESSA developments and the potential impact on education technology spending and policy. This is the third report in the series of briefings produced jointly by the…

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November 2016: TEC’s EdTech Funding Under ESSA​ is a periodic report tracking ESSA developments and the potential impact on education technology spending and policy. This is the third report in the series of briefings produced jointly by the…

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October 2016: TEC’s EdTech Funding Under ESSA​ is a periodic report tracking ESSA developments and the potential impact on education technology spending and policy. This is the third report in the series of briefings produced jointly by the…

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