Opinion: Haphazard edtech funding can be improved

The coronavirus pandemic has led to an influx of funding — including one-time philanthropic donations — for education technology, writes Allison Starks, a doctoral student at the University of California at Irvine and a former K-12 teacher and district technology integrator. In this commentary, Starks asserts that the haphazard way that school technology is funded can be improved.

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