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SETDA names Indiana e-learning director as new executive director

by Betsy Foresman • 4 months ago

Candice Dodson, who serves as director of eLearning for the Indiana Department of Education, said she will lead with renewed energy an focus.

How two states are tackling the shift to digital education

by EdScoop Staff • 1 year ago

Commentary: While Idaho uses a structured review process for instructional materials, Pennsylvania has evolved organically to use digital educational content.

OER reaches ‘inflection point,’ and states are leading the charge

by Emily Tate • 1 year ago

Special report: Changes in policy, perception and technology are propelling Indiana, Michigan, Utah, Washington and other states to build digital libr

State leaders focus on digital instruction, Wi-Fi leadership

by EdScoop Staff • 2 years ago

In an interview with EdScoop TV, SETDA leader Christine Fox discusses trends in interoperability and home internet access for students.

Oklahoma City schools gear up for massive technology upgrades

by Emily Tate • 2 years ago

With a 2 million bond, Oklahoma City Public Schools will begin the work of improving the district's network, IT Director Eric Hileman says.

Education leaders dissect digital gains in their districts, states

by Emily Tate • 2 years ago

DMAPS, an online database that compiles states' policies for digital instruction, has been updated and expanded.

Education advocacy groups ask FCC to reverse Lifeline decision

by Richard W. Walker • 2 years ago

Lifeline broadband expansion is needed to close student “homework gap,” groups say.

Rhode Island K-12 wireless vision yields fresh dividends

by Wyatt Kash • 3 years ago

Rhode Island Department of Education's Holly Walsh outlines how school wireless networking has helped spawn e-learning and instructional resources platforms.

State edtech specialist highlights what's next for Utah broadband push

by Wyatt Kash • 3 years ago

Utah State Board of Education's Rick Gaisford says statewide broadband network puts schools in good shape to exploit online learning.

Maryland instructional tech director highlights plans for resource repository

by Wyatt Kash • 3 years ago

Maryland Department of Education's Val Emrich says the state is working with Amazon Inspire platform to host digital resources.

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