The first annual report that tracks how state education agencies and policymakers are adapting to a post-pandemic digital world revealed that while some states have made great strides to support digital learning, many must do more to prioritize edtech. The 2022 State EdTech Trends Report – published by the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) […]
North Dakota Information Technology (NDIT) launched the first-ever state-developed digital credential application on August 24, coined with the term “digital wallet.” According to the press release, it allows users to present their high school transcript digitally. Students can have all their degrees, certifications, badges, and skills located in one accessible and secure application. “These digital […]
Government grant funding technology writ large has made strides in modernizing to improve how funding is acquired, but there are still some state and local agencies that need to catch up, officials said this week.
State and local governments are on the front lines of delivering economic recovery from the pandemic. Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley emphasized the role technology will play in helping cities and states come back from the pandemic recession faster, stronger, and more equitably during a live webinar on June 15.