“Every year, the U.S. education system spends millions of dollars on apps that never realize their full potential,” said Jena Draper, CEO of CatchOn. “Our platform provides data that allows administrators to evaluate the effectiveness of their technology” . . .
Addressing the education app “sprawl” occurring in school systems, CatchOn launched a public beta of the first accountability platform for classroom technology at SXSWedu . . . Early adopters have already tapped into CatchOn to inform decisions about technology investment and implementation . . .
CatchOn launches public beta of ed tech accountability platform . . . the app management and reporting platform is designed to help inform investment and implementation decisions, comparing budget percentages against use across a district . . .