[caption id="attachment_120021" align="alignleft" width="215"] Emerging K-12 policies and practices are creating more opportunities for educational game publishers.[/caption]

For developers and publishers of digital games to penetrate the education market, they must overcome several significant barriers to digital game implementation, including funding and teacher professional development, according to a new report from the nonprofit Joan Ganz Cooney Center.

According to “Games for a Digital Age: K-12 Market Map and Investment Analysis,” the landscape for K-12 educational digital games varies, and games must be flexible to meet different learning needs and environments.

Developers of children’s...

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