CA Computer Science Legislation with CUE Support Approved by Gov Brown

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CUE Advocacy Update. Ensure school districts have adequate broadband connectivity and infrastructure. Advocacy Common Core Standards computer science CSTA legislation

Mission (Almost) Accomplished: Nonprofit EducationSuperHighway Prepares to Sunset

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But it’s a move both the industry and founder and CEO Evan Marwell are celebrating. He’d spent his career building and selling companies in various industries, including finance, telecommunications, software and consumer retail.

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Funding Edtech with the E-Rate Program and Grants

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And with online assessments now being required in many states, reliable broadband access is also essential so that students’ knowledge and skills are accurately represented, and technology is not a barrier to achievement and its documentation.

A Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News (2017 Week 38 Edition)

Doug Levin

While most of us can appreciate the wordplay, comparing edtech to fintech, or other “hot” industries, is a dangerous game — one that can severely damage the mission of education. In response, the ad-tech industry has staged a(nother) tantrum, claiming that Apple is 'destroying the Internet's economic model.'" It’s not you, dear Twitter, it’s me. I’m having some trust issues and just need some space.

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A Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News (2017 Week 38 Edition)

Doug Levin

While most of us can appreciate the wordplay, comparing edtech to fintech, or other “hot” industries, is a dangerous game — one that can severely damage the mission of education. In response, the ad-tech industry has staged a(nother) tantrum, claiming that Apple is 'destroying the Internet's economic model.'" It’s not you, dear Twitter, it’s me. I’m having some trust issues and just need some space.

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16 Great NonProfits Working to Support EdTech in Schools

Tom Murray

CoSN is a professional association and advocacy group for district technology leaders with a goal of “empowering educational leaders to leverage technology to create engaging learning environments and provide the tools essential for their success”. Formed in 1992, CoSN works to provide its members with the management, community building, and advocacy tools to be technology leaders in today’s schools.

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Hack Education Weekly News

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” Challenging forced arbitration clauses has been one way the CFPB has taken on the student loan industry. Via Education Week : “ FCC Delays, Denials Foil Rural Schools’ Broadband Plans.” ” The Black Alliance for Educational Options , a charter school advocacy group, announced it will cease operations at the end of the year. Via Buzzfeed : “A Close Ally Of Mike Pence Is Helping The Shady Student Debt Relief Industry.”

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The Politics of Education Technology

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It treats “ed-tech” as the result of markets and industry and “innovation,” and not as the result of policy or history. There is No Technology Industry (There is Only Ideology). “ There is no ‘technology industry’ ,” technology writer and entrepreneur Anil Dash wrote in August. Put simply, every industry and every sector of society is powered by technology today, and being transformed by the choices made by technologists.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

” Via the Education Law Center : “Several New Jersey civil rights and parent advocacy organizations have filed a legal challenge to new high school graduation regulations recently adopted by the State Board of Education. Via The New York Times : “ Broadband Providers Will Need Permission to Collect Private Data.” ” Via EdWeek’s Market Brief : “ Value of Education Industry Sector Transactions Nosedives in 2016.”

The Business of Education Technology

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” The Gates Foundation is perhaps the best known organization for furthering political advocacy through its funding mechanisms. For the last five or six years, education technology has been largely talked about in terms of “startups,” something that helps position the industry as an outsider and an underdog. This is part three of my annual review of the year in ed-tech.