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Mobile Technology Study Provides Insights, Pricing Data, and Promising Practices for Instruction

Now in its third year, the Business Edition: National Survey on Mobile Technology for K-12 Education offers insights into the instructional approaches teachers are taking with mobile devices, as well as year-over-year trends data to help education companies understand the transformation of the market and to identify where the next opportunities are.
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Now in its third year, the Business Edition: National Survey on Mobile Technology for K-12 Education offers insights into the instructional approaches teachers are taking with mobile devices, as well as year-over-year trends data to help education companies understand the transformation of the market and to identify where the next opportunities are.

Based on responses from more than 332 district technology and media leaders, the 76-page report focuses on the promising practices for using mobile devices for learning (over 120 detailed, responses from technology leaders), as well as the most beneficial categories for app development. Sales and marketing professionals will find data on key decision makers, pricing, and an analysis of data by district size.

The report is available as a PDF download under a small company site license of 1-20 readers for $399 and a large company site license for 20 or more readers for $975. Visit www.stemreports.com for more information or to order the report.

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