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Increasing the amount of evidence in the edtech marketplace benefits all districts. Pilot results are most useful when they clearly describe the users and how the edtech tool was implemented.

Sharing your results can help educators and district leaders find products that have been tested in contexts similar to their own.

Sharing Findings

Tips for Success!

A list of tips
  • Clearly articulate how the product was implemented and who the users were
  • Make sure your data supports the claims you make

Tools & Resources

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Tool

Pilot Study Brief Template

A reporting template to succinctly share pilot results within a district and with external peers and partners.

Resource

Ed Tech RCE Coach: Example Findings Brief From Mathematica Policy Research, Inc

This is an example of the final report that will be generated if you use the Ed Tech RCE Coach to guide your pilot study and analyze the results.

Resource

Ed Tech RCE Coach: Summarize Context From Mathematica Policy Research, Inc

This guide helps you create a description of your education technology and the context in which it was used in your pilot study, to more effectively communicate the results.

Resource

Lea(R)n Case Studies From Lea(R)n

Actual school, district, network and institutional case studies, outlining detailed challenges, implementations and solutions to improve edtech selection, utilization, efficacy and impact for different edtech products and student scenarios.

See what other districts have done!

The Pilot Study Briefs provide synthesized findings from school district-led edtech pilots to help education leaders make product selection decisions based on evidence. They can help you find out which products work best in which context.

Read the Pilot Study Briefs