The 5 Strategies States Should Pursue Now to Make the Most of Future EdTech Investments in ESSA

Doug Levin

To that end, I recently had the pleasure of addressing a cross-section of state board of education members from across the nation – working together under the umbrella of the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) – on the opportunities and challenges that ESSA provides with respect to digital learning and technology for states. Consider also digital and online learning opportunities afforded students and teachers in which the state has invested.

Technology and Casey Green on campus: Future Trends Forum #3, notes and full recording

Bryan Alexander

On February 25th Casey Green and I met online for the third Future Trends Forum. Another persistent trend is challenges caused by growing user numbers and activites, including both generating and demanding more data, online behavior abuses, security threats, and challenges about accessibility. Community colleges are much more interested in OER than other sectors. Possiblye the FCC will extend E-rate funding to poorer areas.

A Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News (2017 Week 10 Edition)

Doug Levin

Tagged on: March 10, 2017 Yost questions if ECOT can comply with state attendance requirement | The Columbus Dispatch → The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow remains locked in a court battle and an administrative appeal of the Ohio Department of Education's conclusion that the online school owes the state $59 million because it could only justify enrollment of about 41 percent of the 15,000-plus students it claimed last year.

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