SETDA Releases The Broadband Imperative
The Broadband Imperative: Recommendations to Address K-12 Education Infrastructure Needs, released by the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA), examines the trend of needing broadband in all facets of K-12 education. As stated by Douglas Levin, Executive Director of SETDA, “Limited access to broadband must not become the stumbling block to helping all students make the most of their talents and abilities.”
The Broadband Imperative gives guidance and information concerning broadband, and it exemplifies state and district examples that have benefited from improvement, showing the impact achieved by successful implementation.
ENA played a very active role in developing the report, which was the product of much collaboration between state educational technology leaders, leading technology companies, and policy and practitioner experts, and the report is being promoted across the U.S. As sponsors, ENA’s very own Bob Collie and Lil Kellogg attended the press event.
To learn more, check out the Executive Summary and the Full Report here.