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April 20, 2015

Ed-Tech Groups See Promise in K-12 Tech Amendment to ESEA

The amendment, approved by the Senate Education Committee, would allow a competition for federal funds to pay for educational technology and professional development.

March 05, 2014

New Guidelines Offered for Helping Schools Create Reliable Internet Networks

An association of school technology leaders is offering guidance for how K-12 leaders can design and implement technology to improve the reliability of their connections and improve student achievement.

February 07, 2014

School Tech Directors Call for Bigger Staff, Faster Applications for E-Rate

The organization that represents school technology officers wants more than just better connectivity in K-12. It wants faster access to E-rate funds.

October 03, 2013

Blueprint Outlines How Digital Tools Can Improve Schools

A professional association of district technology leaders is offering advice to school officials on how they can transform schools using digital tools.

April 12, 2013

FCC Commissioner: E-rate Needs Overhaul to Improve Schools' Online Access

Jessica Rosenworcel, who serves on the Federal Communications Commission, lays out a case for revamping the E-rate will more funding and new policies.

April 02, 2013

Closing the Divide Between District Tech., Finance Officials

School districts' chief financial officers and their chief technology officers often don't share the same language or way of thinking, the leader of a national school tech group says.

April 02, 2013

Dissecting the Tensions Between District Technology and Finance Officials

The leader of a national school digital education organization offers tips for bridging the longstanding divide between district chief financial officers and chief technology officers.

March 12, 2013

Digital Devices and Assessments Are Top Priorities, District Tech Leaders Say

But school technology leaders don't expect much more funding to flow to technology over the next year, a new survey shows.


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