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EdWeek and CoSN Report Identifies Edtech Leader Gender Gap

Sep 18, 2014

ANYTHING YOU CAN DO, I can do better. So goes the old song, but despite gender equity improvements over the past 60 years, edtech doesn’t seem to have caught up yet, according to a new report put out by an EdWeek and CoSN consortium. One stat: 37 percent of women in K-12 edtech fields reported earning more than $100,000 a year, compared with almost half the men (48 percent) in the report. "This is a wake-up call that gender bias does exist in K-12 technology leadership," said CoSN’s chief executive, Keith R. Krueger.

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EdWeek and CoSN Report Identifies Edtech Leader Gender Gap

Sep 18, 2014

ANYTHING YOU CAN DO, I can do better. So goes the old song, but despite gender equity improvements over the past 60 years, edtech doesn’t seem to have caught up yet, according to a new report put out by an EdWeek and CoSN consortium. One stat: 37 percent of women in K-12 edtech fields reported earning more than $100,000 a year, compared with almost half the men (48 percent) in the report. "This is a wake-up call that gender bias does exist in K-12 technology leadership," said CoSN’s chief executive, Keith R. Krueger.

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