If you’ve been paying attention to education news lately, you’ve probably noticed that the conversation around technology in the classroom is shifting. When edtech first burst onto the scene almost three decades ago, access to more technology – devices, broadband – was everything. Educators, policymakers and parents all wanted to know how to get as many devices into the hands of students as soon as possible. How students leveraged technology to support learning would not become a primary focus for many years to come.

Today, edtech success is measured with a different yardstick. The parents, teachers, and other mentors who guide...

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  • About the Author:

    Jessie Woolley-Wilson is president and CEO of DreamBox Learning.