Press Release:

School Tech Team, a company known for transitioning school districts to reliable, easy to use technology for teachers and students announces its partnership with BetterLesson.

BetterLesson delivers customized professional learning solutions that help school districts cultivate student-centered, technology-enabled classrooms. We are very excited to bring this additional value to our current and future customers.

About School Tech Team

School Tech Team offers proven k12 solutions that help schools adopt advanced technologies with less risk. Our solutions are tested and proven successful to achieve sustainable results in a school environment. School Tech Team addresses common K12 technology needs with an efficient cost-effective approach.

School Tech Team proactively supports our solutions adapting new and advanced technologies to a schools changing needs. Our successful comprehensive technology planning integrates into your school district’s vision ensuring your district never falls behind. School Tech Team provides a proven roadmap of success with K12 technology.

School Tech Team’s K12 solutions encompass Foundational Technology, Security, and Efficiency providing the ability to focus on a single area of need or completely transform your environment. School tech Team supports IT directors, curriculum directors, and school leadership at a level that fits the vision of a district.

About BetterLesson

Founded in 2009, BetterLesson’s mission is to empower schools and districts to develop and retain innovative, student-centered teachers, instructional coaches, and leaders. BetterLesson’s leading-edge professional development services support K-12 educators to design and implement student-centered learning strategies that solve their most pressing challenges and enhance student and teacher engagement, achievement, and joy in the classroom.

BetterLesson’s personalized model is informed by years of rigorous investigation, analysis, and codification. A host of prominent organizations incorporate BetterLesson’s research and thought leadership into their resources and tools, including New Schools for New Orleans, RELAY Graduate School of Education, The Friday Institute, The Highlander Institute, Next Generation Learning Challenges, The Rogers Family Foundation, The Clayton Christensen Institute, and Jobs for the Future.

BetterLesson’s experienced team shares a vision to catalyze and scale technology-enabled, student-centered learning for all students. BetterLesson has partnered with hundreds of schools, districts, foundations, non-profit organizations, and state departments of education to build the capacity of more than 4,000 teachers and leaders across North America. Our capacity-building approach focuses on the manageable steps educators can take from week to week to sustain long-term learner-centered changes in practice.

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