The state is advancing use of open educational resources by showing educators from across the state how to create their own.
The University System of Georgia's Dave Nix explains how sharing resources and building new private partnerships has yielded big savings for K-12.
Wisconsin's Janice Mertes says technology in the classroom is much bigger than the devices and digital tools students are using.
When companies can't find the talent they need, it's a failure of the education system, says the CIO of California State University, Sacramento.
Instructional leaders are joining in as state leaders convene to manage their data, SETDA Executive Director Tracy Weeks says.
Arkansas' Ray Girdler tells EdScoop that getting teachers and administrators involved in his state's voluntary training program takes finesse.
Indiana's Candice Dodson says spurring new partnerships in education is often a matter merely of getting people in the same room.
Training will shift away from basics like password safety and toward modern cyberthreats, says Central Utah Educational Services director.
New funding from the state legislature will bring a higher quality education to more students, says the state's educational technology specialist.
A technology administrator from the Carson City School District in Nevada tells EdScoop she's prioritizing professional and student training.