Tags State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA)

All students need and deserve broadband access, education leaders say

by Betsy Foresman

Educators visiting Washington this week are called for policymakers to provide high-speed internet service to all students, regardless of neighborhood

SETDA names Indiana e-learning director as new executive director

by Betsy Foresman

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

Mobile learning 'shifting the paradigm' of K-12 education, says Apple executive

by Ryan Johnston

Apple Education's Jon Landis told a conference audience that educators must evolve to keep pace with the unprecedented changes seen in tech today.

DeVos: Technology enables educators to 'rethink' school

by Ryan Johnston

The secretary of Education reiterated at a national conference her philosophy behind empowering students to take control of their learning.

How two states are tackling the shift to digital education

by EdScoop Staff

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

Full benefits of edtech can't be realized until data is interoperable, report finds

by Patience Wait

States should collaborate and standardize data from educational technology to reap all potential benefits of IT transformation, SETDA says

Education community welcomes investors' concerns about tech addiction

by Patience Wait

Apple asked to study measures to address problem of tech addiction among children.

​At SETDA, personalized learning is a story of innovations — and big hurdles

by Wyatt Kash

State edtech leaders say states, schools and communities all have a role in making personalized learning a reality.

EdTech Hero: Barbara Soots paves the way for OER adoption in Washington

by Emily Tate

Soots “listens, advises and gently nudges” districts to understand and embrace open educational resources.

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