The unexpected shift to remote learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic has forced educators of all kinds to rethink their approach. No longer optional supplements to a teacher’s curriculum, education technology tools have become central components of the learning experience. The 2020-2021 school year saw a 90% increase in students and teachers using EdTech products, with an average of nearly 1500 digital education tools accessed per month by school districts in the United States. This surge in demand for digital education solutions has created an explosion in the e-learning market, which is now on track to exceed $1 trillion by 2027. While many schools and universities are cautiously returning to in-person classes once again, the mass experiment in distance learning has permanently changed perceptions of the role of tech in education.