How to keep up with ed-tech policies
Source: SmartBrief on Education in partnership with GreyED
It is difficult to keep up with the ever-changing world of educational technology, especially as it relates to policy. A good resource to know is ON[the]LINE, a service that provides resources designed to help school districts and county offices of education establish education policies and practices that address the rapidly evolving impacts of technology in 21st-century education.
ON[the]LINE is supported by a coalition of education professionals, education associations (including CETPA, CSBA, ACSA, and SCCOE, among others) and the law firm of Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost LLP.
Elizabeth Brumbaugh is manager of educational technology services with Santa Clara County Office of Education, in the Silicon Valley. Her experience includes time as a middle school and high school site administrator, English teacher, curriculum leader and developer. Brumbaugh is a highly-respected teacher, was the 2015 ACSA (Association of California School Administrators) Technology Administrator of the Year, and has authored numerous articles and books about educational technology. Contact her via email or on Twitter.