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Education stakeholders often ask for research to justify ed-tech purchases. But instead of using research to rationalize a large-scale, expensive purchase, school leaders first should identify the problem for which they believe technology is the answer, according to an expert panel at the Consortium for School Networking's 2012 Technology Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C.

During a members-only Chief Technology Officer Forum, attendees explored how they should answer superintendents who want to see hard evidence to back up...

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