Key points:

  • Educators are looking forward to a new year and plan to focus on growth
  • Edtech tools have become critical for student engagement
  • See related article: 5 edtech tools to save time this year

Educators are optimistic about implementing new education technology tools, including AI and gamified learning, and are prioritizing student engagement as the new school year gets underway, according to a new survey from GoGuardian.

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