Assessing the Impact of IT-Driven Education in K-12 Schools

 

Assessing the Impact of IT-Driven Education in K-12 Schools

Assessing the Impact of IT-Driven Education in K-12 Schools
Assessing the Impact of IT-Driven Education in K-12 Schools
This report details a methodology that may be used to assess educational return on investment (ROI), in particular in the area of technology investments. The analysis of ROI in education is fundamental in the management philosophy and application of...

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This report details a methodology that may be used to assess educational return on investment (ROI), in particular in the area of technology investments. The analysis of ROI in education is fundamental in the management philosophy and application of data-driven decision making. School leaders must know which programs deliver the biggest value for the dollar spent in order to target funding where it is needed most. As this report was being written, most school districts across America continue to make decisions on spending in a void without consideration of what learning gains will be realized from each taxpayer dollar invested. Yet, with the advent of data-driven decision making and public pressure on funding streams, school district leaders are demanding to know how investments will increase-or facilitate an increase in-student achievement. maryland, mdMissions and ProgramsTechnology and E-Government