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Tech Counts Webinar: Principals Tackle Classroom Tech Challenges

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Principals make decisions about ed tech in their schools every day.

How to deal with students' social media habits? Should all students take computer science classes? What does personalized learning mean and what role do digital resources play in its implementation?

In our 2018 issue of Technology Counts, we asked more than 500 principals and school leaders how they're approaching these realities, what concerns they have, and what they're most hopeful ed tech can do to improve learning for students.

In a webinar today at 2 p.m. Eastern Time, we'll unpack the data collected in that survey and hear from experts about what this ed-tech evolution looks like in schools. We'll discuss principals' approaches to everything from ed-tech leadership to students' social-emotional learning.

This webinar will feature Education Week Research Center Director Holly Yettick, who will provide in-depth analysis of the exclusive Technology Counts survey results, as well as Dan Kelley, a high school principal and the president of the National Association of Secondary School Principals. We'll also hear from Kecia Ray, an ed-tech consultant who is the former executive director for the Center for Digital Education.

So sign up for today's webinar to get insight about the big ed-tech issues facing principals today, and their best strategies to use digital tools and resources to boost student learning and engagement.


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