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Texas universities, agencies given digital accessibility resources

by Betsy Foresman • 4 weeks ago

New resources provided by the state government are intended to ensure publicly-funded digital assets are easily accessible by everyone.

South Texas districts open cybersecurity careers program

by Betsy Foresman • 2 months ago

A new state-funded program seeks to shrink the gap in the IT security workforce by offering digital forensics and cybersecurity training.

2019 NextGen Leader: Renee Hernandez boosts district productivity with technical training

by Betsy Foresman • 7 months ago

The Texas-based digital learning coordinator says easy access to professional development resources is improving operations and classroom learning.

Five K-12 technologists named 2019 'NextGen: Emerging EdTech Leaders'

by Jake Williams • 7 months ago

The fourth cohort of leaders who will define the future of technology in K-12 education were named at CoSN's annual conference in Portland, Oregon.

States overcome challenges with early childhood education data through collaboration

by Ryan Johnston • 8 months ago

At South by Southwest EDU 2019, officials from Minnesota, Texas, Georgia and Utah shared best practices around design, security and governance.

Texas IT director departs for higher ed

by Ryan Johnston • 12 months ago

Stacey Napier, former director of information resources for the state of Texas, will assume a vice chancellorship at the University of Texas.

Texas promotes coding for girls through a new cybersecurity program

by Jason Shueh • 2 years ago

Gov. Greg Abbott partners with SANS Institute on a program that encourages young women to become cybersecurity professionals.

EdTech Hero: Jennifer Bergland sets record for edtech legislation in Texas

by Kate Roddy • 2 years ago

Bergland organized grassroots support and drafted seven bills to back digital learning in her state.

With cheating scandal behind them, El Paso school district leaders promote innovation

by Corinne Lestch • 2 years ago

After the incident rocked the Texas city's schools, a new superintendent empowered his tech director to make big changes.