Report Card: How the Digital Skills Gap is Failing Teachers & Students - And What We Can Do About It

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Are your students’ tech skills outpacing your teachers’ skills? If so, you’re not alone.

What’s more, although your students may be always connected to the online world, they

could lack the finesse to safely and effectively navigate and communicate in the digital realm.

Grovo explores a twin digital skills gap that exists at many K-12 schools across the country,

and explains six important trends that savvy educators must know about.


• Teachers and educators falling behind the technology curve
• K-12 schools not keeping pace with digital teaching initiatives
• The rise in mobile device usage by students, both in and out of the classroom

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