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2014 Mobile Report Reveals a Shift in Price Expectations

Research shows that educators increasingly expect apps considered supplemental to teaching to be free.
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Technology Directors, CIOs, and CTOs have shared their opinions about the price of apps for student instruction,both "essential" and "supplemental."

The Business Edition: 2014 National Survey on Mobile Technology for K-12 Education shows a shift in educator expectation. Pricing for apps that are considered essential to teaching remained relatively the same over the years; however, research shows that educators increasingly expect apps considered supplemental to teaching to be free.

To learn what respondents revealed about pricing expectations, download the survey. A license for 1-20 readers is $399, while a license for a large company is available for $975.

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