Saturday, May 16, 2015

Instructional Technology, a Growing Field!!!

Attention all School Technology Leaders. The demand for YOU will only continue to grow!

"Data: K-12 schools to spend $4.7B on IT this year
K-12 schools are expected to spend about $4.7 billion on IT in 2015, according to a report from IDC Government Insights. Data also show that laptops are expected to be the largest education-technology expense this year and that California schools spend the most on IT, at $2.3 billion. T.H.E. Journal (5/13)"

"Laptops Expected To Be Biggest K-12 Tech Expense in 2015...
...IT spending by K-12 in the United States is expected to hit about $4.7 billion for 2015. The biggest single area for technology spending will be laptop computers at $1.4 billion.
Those estimates come out of a new IT spending pivot table from IDC Government Insights, which provides estimates and forecasts for the entire U.S. education sector, encompassing K–12, higher ed and "other" education. According to the analyst firm, the guidance will be published bi-annually. The report will include details on education level, individual states, education functional areas, enrollment levels and technology segments....":

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