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03/08/17: Data Quality Campaign Releases Report of Linking Foster Care Data and K-12 Education

Data Quality Campaign Releases Report of Linking Foster Care Data and K-12 Education

 
02/08/17: Department of Education Announces New Grant for Innovative Practices

The U.S. Department of Education announces a new evidence-based grant program to support innovative practices that serve high need students in K-12 education, and to support the expansion of those practices supported by evidence of effectiveness

 
02/08/17: EducationSuperHighway Releases 2016 State of the States Report

EducationSuperHighway launched the 2016 State of the States report about K-12 broadband in our nation

 
01/11/17: Online Assessment Readiness

A partnership of organizations have released an tool and report on online assessments.

 
01/18/17: 2017 Digital Learning Day

On February 23, teachers and schools will particiapte in Digital Learning Day to celebrate the use of technology in the classroom.

 
12/14/16: NCES Releases Updated Digest of Education Statistics

The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) released the updated "Digest of Education Statistics," which highlights a wide array of data about education

 
12/14/16: Helping School Districts Build Trust Around Student Data

The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) has created a new, voluntary Trusted Learning Environment (TLE) Seal for school districts that want to demonstrate to their community/parents that they have solid privacy practices around handling of student data

 
12/14/16: CCSSO Releases New Stakeholder Engagement Resources

CCSSO has released two new resources related to stakeholder engagement today: Digital Resources Toolkit and Promotional Materials Toolkit

 
11/03/16: Department of Education Release Non-Regulatory Guidance on ESSA'S Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants Program

Department of Education Release Non-Regulatory Guidance on ESSA'S Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants Program

 
11/03/16: California Attorney General Releases Report on Student Privacy

The California Attorney General released a report on best practices for eduction technology companies on how to collect and use student information and protect students privacy rights.