Current News

 
02/08/16: Webinar: New Skills for Youth Information Session for All States

CCSSO, in partnership with Education Strategy Group, will host an optional webinar for states not currently participating in CCSSO’s Career Readiness Initiative but interested in applying for the New Skills for Youth grant opportunity.

 
02/03/16: Student Data Privacy in West Virginia

West Virginia's work on student data privacy highlighted on NASBE'S Febuarary State Innovation

 
02/03/16: Every Student Succeeds Act

CCSSO continues to develop and implement supports for states as they transition into full implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

 
12/01/15: New England Secondary School Consortium's Common Data Project Releases 3rd Annual Report on State Education Outcome Data

New England Secondary School Consortium's Common Data Project Releases 3rd Annual Report on State Education Outcome Data

 
11/30/15: CCSSO Launches Open Educational Resources Portal

CCSSO, in collaboration with iNACOL, has launched a new portal that provides background and understanding of OER implementation at state and district levels.

 
11/30/15: New Student Privacy and Data Security Discussion Framework

The Education Data and Information Systems team at CCSSO released the final version of the Student Privacy & Data Security Discussion Framework for Chiefs.

 
11/03/15: U.S. Department of Education Office of Educational Technology Hosts first Open Education Symposium

USED Office of Educational Technology and the White House hosted their first Open Education Symposium and launched the #GoOpen campaign.

 
11/03/15: SETDA and Common Sense Kids Action Release E-rate Modernization Resources

SETDA and Common Sense Kids Action partnered to develop a series of resources for state and local leaders around the E-rate program.

 
11/03/15: SETDA Launches Digital Instructional Materials Portal

Last month SETDA launched the Digital Instructional Materials Acquisition Policies for States (DMAPS) portal that showcases the current policies and practices of states around digital instruction.

 
10/05/15: ED hires its first Open Educational Resources (OER) Adviser

The U.S. Department of Education hired its first Open Educational Resources (OER) adviser to help promote the expansion and use of OER in the classroom.