"The information we need to support better edtech decision-making is currently stranded in the heads of hundreds of thousand educators nationwide. The time has come to give these professionals the mechanism, shared language, incentives, and support they need to document their work for the common good. As we begin to understand which edtech "implementation variables" matter most we can make much better decisions about which technologies to select, and how to properly implement them in our nation’s classrooms and lecture halls."— Bart Epstein, President and CEO of the Jefferson Education Exchange, and Research Associate Professor at the University of Virginia Curry School of Education
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