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News from DA’s FETC

Melissa Ezarik

Here are takeaways from two superintendent speakers on leading districts through technology innovation today. Read more>>

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Melissa Ezarik

Schools from Collier County Public (Florida), McHenry School District 15 (Illinois) and Anglophone East School District Hillsborough (New Brunswick, Canada) take top honors at FETC. Read more>>

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Sylvia Martinez, DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker

A school’s technology acceptable use policy should cover the benefits of using ed tech—not just promises of punishment, says DA guest columnist Sylvia Martinez, who is co-author of "Invent To Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom," and who has been an FETC featured speaker. Read more>>

Ray Bendici

Baltimore County Public Schools and Pinellas County Schools were honored for their innovative initiatives that have improved student learning outcomes. Read more>>

From DA

CIO Academy

Take the next step in your career—and in your district’s technology evolution—with guidance from top-performing CIOs who have led successful technology transformations in their districts. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Coding and STEM activities for special education students create career pathways that some learners are uniquely suited for. Read more>>

Jessie Woolley-Wilson, DA guest columnist

In honor of Black History Month, DA guest columnist Jessie Woolley-Wilson addresses what educators can learn from the first African American woman and man to earn doctorates in math—and the continued importance of role models of color. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Green school buildings make sustainability and environmental science real in a way that helps students understand their roles in the natural world. Read more>>

Melissa Ezarik

The social media chatter before, during and after the 40th anniversary Future of Education Technology Conference offers a glimpse at the moments worth remembering, speakers to follow, and takeaways for educators and administrators. Read more>>

Edtech in the News

Lexington Herald-Leader

A newly constructed building is planned in the Kentucky city for an all-female science, technology, engineering and math academy for kindergarten through eighth-grade students. The school is expected to open in 2023. Read more>>

The Herald

A collaboration between 10 school districts in Dubois, Gibson, Perry, Pike and Spencer counties and the Patoka Valley Career & Technical Cooperative will enable high school students to take part in additional CTE courses, including an automation and robotics academy, an aviation program, and a second level of construction trades. Read more>>

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