Teachers first: How Schoology is changing the way schools buy technology

Teachers first: How Schoology is changing the way schools buy technology

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New Edtech is a tricky beast for many reasons. One major challenge I’ve focused on during our online education month is the business model. Plenty of edtech startups have built brilliant products that leverage technology to improve the way teachers teach and kids learn. But, as we’ve outlined, the fremium,...
Teachers first: How Schoology is changing the way schools buy technology
                                     

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