The $9 billion educational technology industry spawned a host of innovations to improve teacher performance and student engagement, including a wide array of classroom apps. It’s no wonder that teachers’ use of classroom apps has proliferated in recent years. They’re easily accessible, low to no cost and instantly useable.

In many school districts, however, teachers bring this software into their classrooms with no prior knowledge or approval of their supervisors.

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David Rubin is of counsel to the Busch Law Group in Metuchen.

Reprinted with permission from the March 2019 issue of School Administrator magazine, published by AASA, The School Superintendents Association.