Diamond Assets Partners with School Superintendents Association to Promote Sustainable Technology Funding.
MILTON, Wis., September, 2018 – The school Superintendents Association (AASA) and Diamond Assets have teamed up to provide school administrators educational programs and technology trade-up solutions to help districts achieve sustainable technology funding to support 21st Century instructional environments.
The partnership will equip AASA members in more than 14,000 districts across 49 states and Canada with the knowledge to streamline technology investments, make more informed technology purchases, and develop cost-effective sustainability plans for funding technology into the future. Diamond Assets is a technology trade-up partner specializing in Apple hardware, working with organizations to maximize the residual value of their Apple devices. Diamond Assets’ turnkey trade-up program pays organizations for their used Apple devices, providing the funds necessary for future technology investments and putting organizations on a path to sustainable, predictable technology funding. Diamond Assets is the exclusive technology trade-up partner in AASA’s School Solutions Partnership program, a valuable resource for AASA members looking to save money, improve classroom environments and increase student achievement. “In order to achieve digital equity and meet the evolving learning needs of students, school districts need to approach technology funding in new ways,” said Dan Domenech, executive director of AASA. “We are excited to partner with Diamond Assets because the company is comprised of former educators and edtech specialists who understand sustainable technology initiatives and have devised an innovative and proven way to reduce technology costs by tapping into the residual value of used edtech devices.” Working with Diamond Assets, school districts across the United States are seeing benefits that include:
- Digital equity
- Streamlined technology purchases
- Smaller, more predictable edtech budgets
- Better purchasing decisions
- Simplified device management
- More effective instructor training