Just released: the Ed Tech Developer’s Guide, a first-ever guide for developers, startups and entrepreneurs from the U.S. Department of Education. “We canvassed all parts of the education ecosystem to make sure the guide will help meet the actual needs of the folks out there who want to apply technology in smart ways to solve persistent problems in education,” says Richard Culatta, also speaking for Marcus Noel and Katrina Stevens from the Office of Educational Technology. Secretary Arne Duncan officially released the guide this morning at the ASU+GSV Summit in Scottsdale, Arizona. Also, check this out: you’re invited to join them for two Twitter chats about the guide:
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