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Futuresource Ed Tech Voice - Classroom Tools and Assessment

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Current Market Trends

Whilst the need for the most valuable learning software tools is clear, schools continue to face significant pressures on their IT budgets with multiple demands on spend. This wave of research has seen spend on classroom tools decline across respondent schools, despite expectations by schools that spend would see an increase. This presents many challenges for software vendors as the research shows that schools are becoming more demanding in terms of their software requirements in terms of features and capabilities but are undoubtedly becoming more cost-conscious out of necessity.

The Learning Management Systems (LMS) market is now fully established as a key learning software used in the classroom that has benefitted schools in allowing students greater accessibility to digital learning content. Schools continue to find value in adopting LMS tools, with almost 60% currently having invested in at least one LMS vendor, while a further 34% are actively planning on integrating the tool into their school environment within the coming 24 months.



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