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RE: How Technology is Now Empowering Educators



This article has an interesting editorial on technology use in education.

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Digital transformation is disrupting every industry, and education is no exception. Global investment in edtech companies is increasing rapidly, with some reports predicting a total of $252 billion in investments by 2020. Investors aren't the only people recognizing the importance of technology for education. Educators and students are flocking to solutions that enhance their experience while reducing the high price associated with higher ed.

In fact, research shows that 70% of students want their universities to update their digital options,

https://www.inc.com/drew-hendricks/3-ways-technology-is-empowering-educators.html


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