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The mission of EdTech Digest is to tell the story of 21st-century education transformation. By sharing cool tools, fascinating interviews, relevant trends and voices from the field, we hope to inspire learners and leaders everywhere, to get workable technology solutions for education widely known about and well thought of, to reshape the education culture and to create a new and better future for students.

Reach. EdTech Digest reaches about 15,000 followers via Twitter and over 100,000 unique visitors per year.

Readership. Our readers are students, teachers, principals, superintendents, technology coordinators, media specialists, librarians, parents,  members of school boards, chief technology officers, college and university technology leaders, entrepreneurs, edupreneurs, investors, venture capitalists, researchers, analysts, scientists; local, state, regional and federal government leaders, association leaders, corporate leaders and others with a passion for education and technology.

Editorial Highlights. Our editorial calendar provides readers and the content curious with some rough guidelines on what to expect. For inquiries, write to: victor@edtechdigest.com

Marketing Opportunities. We do not feature advertising or paid content on our site. We do develop case studies, special reports, whitepapers and other collateral. For help with marketing, contact: edtechdigest@gmail.com

Reprints. If you’ve been featured in EdTech Digest, spread the good news and share your success! Get the word out even further at conferences, tradeshows and other meetings and events. Contact us for a professionally done magazine-style designed, print-ready PDF reprint.

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