The briefing will unveil the findings and recommendations of the NASBE Study Group committee on technology in schools and communities. It will also address how our digital age has affected the learning needs of today’s students, and how state boards of education and policymakers can ensure that their schools are fully prepared to address the impact of rapid technological change on the fundamental processes of teaching and learning. Further information about the study group's work can be found on NASBE's website at http://nasbe.org/study-group/technology-study-group-2012/.
Jim Kohlmoos, Executive Director, National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE)
Jared Costanzo, Former Student Member, Washington State Board of Education
Doug Levin, Executive Director, State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA)
Madhu Sidhu, Member, Maryland State Board of Education