September 5, 2008

US Education Information Technology Expenditures By Education Level, 2007-2012

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "US Education Information Technology Expenditures By Education Level, 2007-2012" report to their offering.

This Excel-based Data-rich Deliverable (DRD) that is part of the Education subscription includes market intelligence on Information Technology expenditures for the education vertical by level. The report defines IT as investments on services, equipment, applications and personnel to develop, manage and support a firms IT infrastructure and communications. Education includes both the K-12 segment and the higher education segment. The education industry can be defined as a public or private institution/school delivering and providing coursework instruction for students ranging from pre-school to post graduation. The education industry includes privately owned instructional institutions, as well as schools funded by federal, state, and local grants and monies. K-12 includes educational institutions and schools, both private and public, for grades Kindergarten through 12th grade includes grade school, junior high or middle school and high school. Higher education includes educational institutions and schools, both private and public, for post-secondary education; as well as junior college, undergraduate education, and post graduate education at colleges and universities. The Expert Guide for this deliverable is Stephanie Atkinson. Forecasts are from 2007 through 2012 and include annual growth rates, as well as percentage of total market.

Sources: Our segment and market forecasts, which include business expenditures, market demographics, and usage and adoption statistics, are built using multiple sources, including our proprietary research.

These sources include, but are not limited to:

- Secondary research

- Government data and statistics (e.g. department of commerce, federal communication commission, bureau of labour statistics and us census bureau

- Primary research

- Vendor-based research

- In-depth interviews with key decision-makers (where relevant)

We select data sources to provide greatest degree of perspective on each market or segment, in addition to the highest level of data accuracy, stability, and consistency over time.

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