Jul 25 2023

K–12 Schools Must Take the Next Steps Toward Digital Maturity

To educate the whole child more effectively, more educators and administrators take advantage of technology.

As K–12 ends one school year and prepares for the next, there are many challenges on the horizon, including teacher burnout and retention, budget shortfalls, learning loss and student behavioral issues. Fortunately, they can inspire forward-thinking administrators and educators toward further digital transformation in schools. The right strategy and technology can help. 

According to PowerSchool’s 2022 “Top District Priorities and Shifts in PK–12 Education” report, which analyzed a survey of more than 3,000 educators and administrators, many others agree. Of the respondents, 34 percent use data to inform whole-child strategy implementation, 33 percent use tech to track student behavior progress, and 28 percent use tech to reinforce positive behavior.

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While some schools have made great strides in technology integration, many more are working toward digital maturity, which can help take students to even greater heights. To learn how schools are integrating technology into all aspects of learning and operations, check out the stories listed below from the Summer 2023 issue of the magazine. For a preview of what's inside this issue, watch this short video with EdTech: Focus on K–12's managing editor, Taashi Rowe.

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