EdTech Usage Increasing

See what edtech use and fidelity look like for learning organizations across the country.


2017 EdTech Usage Report

Findings include:

  • Districts are improving their implementation processes by focusing more effectively on examining and reallocating resources to provide appropriate professional development, support and materials in order to drive a more holistically successful program implementation.

  • States are moving toward a policy-led requirement for documenting and demonstrating fidelity.

  • Education organizations are working to personalize goals for edtech use in order to redefine fidelity.

  • Increased broadband access has given a greater number of students adequate internet connectivity.


2015 EdTech Usage Report

How much edtech was actually used during the 2014-15 school year? How did it impact outcomes & your budget? See realities of edtech usage from the 2014-15 school year.


EdTech Top 40

The EdTech Top 40 represents the digital tools accessed by the most people based on real-time data from education organizations across the United States, utilizing G Suite.

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The EdTech Top 40

School Year 2017-2018 Report

The 2018 EdTech Top 40 report provides insights into:

  • What the 40 most accessed digital tools were for across hundreds of K-12 schools and districts across the country.

  • How to leverage product information to support instructional, operational and financial decisions in your district.

  • How to quickly get your district’s own personalized top 40 report.

Download the EdTech Top 40 report today to see what 2.14 billion data points from more than 300 organizations revealed about edtech access across the U.S. during the 2017-18 school year.

Past reports

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Fall 2017 Edition

Based on real-time usage data across hundreds of U.S. schools, districts and higher education institutions.

January 1, 2017 through September 30, 2017


What edtech insights do you want?

Knowing which edtech tools are accessed and how much they're used is the first step to better outcomes. With LearnPlatform Starter, and its free Google integration, districts and higher education institutions can:

  • Save teachers and staff time with a comprehensive edtech library.

  • Automatically inventory all the edtech accessed by teachers and students.

  • Contribute to and receive insights from the most diverse network of edtech decisions makers in the country, including the EdTech Top 40.

LearnPlatform Starter is free and easy to set up with G Suite for Education.

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