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05/13/2022
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National edtech plan getting first refresh since 2017

The Office of EdTech is planning to update the National Education Technology Plan for the first time since 2017. Updates were in the works in 2019, before the coronavirus pandemic hit. The office is looking for a contractor to offer technical support, running the technical work group that develops the report and organizing a slew of listening sessions to build up the plan. Emily Bamforth has the details.


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Lincoln College set to close Friday following ransomware attack, financial struggles

Lincoln College in Illinois is set to close Friday, following enrollment struggles and a ransomware attack that limited access to key systems and data for months. The college is closing after 157 years. The ransomware attack hit in December and prevented administrators from getting an accurate enrollment forecast until March. Emily explains.


California's education data office says it's ready to make data tools

The California Office of Cradle-to-Career Data office announced agreements with education, social service and workforce organizations as a foundation for a state-wide education data tools, like financial aid tracking. Getting the agreements in place took about 18 months. Colin Wood reports on StateScoop.


How to build sustainable academic innovation

Colleges and universities are researching what assisted academic innovation at the beginning of the COVID pandemic, in hopes of building a sustainable path for the future. Communities, offices or programs to support instructors and academic innovation initiatives show promise in building sustainable change, presenters at Duke's Pandemic Pedagogy Symposium said.   Emily explains.


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