Educators repeatedly find themselves in one of two compromising positions: either stuck with old or inadequate technology that does not service their school well, or saddled with all kinds of new technology without a coherent plan for meaningful integration. In both cases, the school’s IT strategy is dictated by what it has, rather than what it needs. This way of operating sells schools short and does not result in the success your students deserve.
We understand investing in technology is time-consuming and expensive. It is even more costly when you spend money on the wrong technology, or purchase equipment with no clear connection to how it will help improve learning outcomes.