Learn why this K-12 district has no problem getting teachers to adopt new technology
As school districts implement high-tech tools and software, teachers often feel overwhelmed by new tools or forced to adopt new technology in their lesson plans. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. Forest Hills Public Schools in Grand Rapids, Mich., rolls out new technologies with a special emphasis on grassroots adoption by teachers—and this has proven enormously successful. Learn the keys to their success in this short case study.
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