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CatchOn Launches First EdTech Accountability Platform at SXSWedu

CatchOn launched a public beta of its accountability platform for classroom technology today at SXSWedu.
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CatchOn launched a public beta of its accountability platform for classroom technology today at SXSWedu. The platform delivers data-driven evidence about which apps are being used, how often they’re being used and where they’re being used. 

The platform analyzes data by showing a percentage of the budget per app and compares it with consumption across an entire district. CatchOn measures the financial impact of edtech investments and gives recommendations on new apps to implement based on student and teacher habits.

District administrators can register for the free public beta at http://www.getcatchon.com.

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