JEA K-12 Network Survey
The University of Virginia's Curry School of Education ("UVA") and the Jefferson Education Accelerator ("JEA") are committed to improving educational outcomes through research and practice. As part of its research agenda, JEA is interested in bringing clarity to school district demand for technology products and services that contribute to teaching and learning.

This survey is intended to communicate your school district's instructional and/or learning technology needs (i.e. online math curriculum products, assessment tools, lesson planning, etc.) over the next (3) three years. Your responses will help JEA match your school district's instructional and/or learning technology needs with EdTech companies committed to product research. JEA will create and share a School District Profile that includes a summary of your responses and potential resources and opportunities with your district leadership. By joining the JEA K-12 Network, your school district will also receive regular communications including relevant sector reports and JEA updates.

The specific information you share with JEA is confidential. We do not disclose your name or your school district name to any third party without your consent.

Thank you for your participation.

Name
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Title
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School district name
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State where your school district is located
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Email address (please use your school district email)
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What types of instructional and/or learning technology products are you looking for within the next three years? (check all that apply)
Curriculum Products:
Teacher Needs:
School Operations:
How does your district evaluate the effectiveness of instructional technology?
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What instructional or learning technologies have been successful in improving student outcomes in your district?
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What instructional or learning technologies have been unsuccessful in improving student outcomes in your district?
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What sources of information, if any, does your school district use to make instructional and/or learning technology product purchasing decisions?
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What are the biggest obstacles in purchasing a new instructional and/or learning technology product?
Is your school district interested in taking part in an instructional and/or learning technology product research study or pilot within the next three years? (research conducted by the University of Virginia Curry School of Education)
If your school district is interested in taking part in an instructional and/or learning technology research study or pilot within the next three years, who is the best point of contact?
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