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Edtech: Four steps for selecting new software for your school

When choosing new edtech for your school, we must ensure value for money and impact. Al Kingsley breaks down four key steps to achieving this

There is no doubt about it: selecting new software for a school is a daunting process.

There are many similar but competing solutions to sift through, as well as the significant time and effort needed to evaluate them – not just to see how they work, but to ensure they will cover all bases.

All of this is made even more difficult with the added pressure of ensuring that the vast sum of money your school is about to spend will not be in vain…

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Let’s break it down and outline some of the positives and initial steps to help you overcome any roadblocks to action.

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