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CatchOn Joins Google for Education Partner Program

CatchOn, an administrative tool for collecting real-time insight on ed tech usage, has joined the Google for Education’s Partner Program.
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CatchOn, an administrative tool for collecting real-time insight on ed tech usage, has joined the Google for Education’s Partner Program.

Wichita Falls ISD is transitioning to Chromebooks, and administrators are relying on CatchOn to have insight into which apps and services are being used on the devices in its schools and classrooms.

“Before CatchOn, it was virtually impossible for us to know with certainty which services and subscriptions were actually being used across the district,” said Chief Technology Officer Shad McGaha. 

To find out more about CatchOn, visit getcatchon.com.

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