Digital Transformation Key to K-12 Success, Council Says
Online-learning advocates are calling a new report that recommends 10 ways for states to change policy to increase access and equity in digital learning one of the most comprehensive efforts of its kind.
And with two former governors leading the promotion of “Digital Learning Now”—the first document released by the Digital Learning Council since former state chief executives Jeb Bush of Florida and Bob Wise of West Virginia announced the group’s creation in August—there are growing indications that policymakers outside the online-learning realm are considering the potential of digital technologies.
But whether the council’s goals are realistic...
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- Regional Area Partner
- Focus EduVation, US
- Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning
- Roanoke City Public Schools, Roanoke, VA
- Christ the King Preparatory School, NJ
- Vermont Secretary of Education
- Vermont State Board of Education, VT
- The Berkeley Institute, HAMILTON, Bermuda