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VIDEO: The Tech Tools That Are Here to Stay

By Kevin Bushweller, Benjamin Herold & Emma Patti Harris — March 14, 2022 3:44

The pandemic has forever altered the way educators and administrators do business--from checking on students’ math understanding to conducting meetings to providing mental health supports. This shift is driven, in large part, by a myriad of technology tools that took root during the pandemic. But are they here to stay? Over the past two years, the EdWeek Research Center has been surveying teachers, principals, and district leaders about tech use in schools. Watch the video above to see how things are changing.

Kevin Bushweller oversees coverage of educational technology and learning environments for Education Week.
Benjamin Herold is a contributing writer covering learning environments and ed-tech issues for Education Week.
Emma Patti Harris is a deputy managing editor for Education Week who oversees visuals and immersive experiences.

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