ARE YOU REALLY MEASURING THE FIDELITY AND USAGE OF YOUR DIGITAL LEARNING RESOURCES?
U.S. schools spend over $11B annually in instructional materials, more than 50% reported being in digital formats. Between content, LMS tools, software and subscription platforms, the typical school system spends $75 to as much as $150 annually per student on dozens to hundreds of subscription-based tools across their district. But how much of that is wasted? Is it because the resources aren’t relevant? Is it because professional development and change management has been lacking? Without accurate usage data, schools will never know.
PAPERbasket looks to make sense of edtech spending, while giving educators a new source of data to give an accurate picture into adoption and change management.