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NSBA Urges Approval of FCC Proposal in Support of E-rate Program Modernization

In a press release, the National School Boards Association (NSBA) announced it applauds the efforts of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Wheeler to infuse $1.5 billion into the E-rate program, and is placing its support on-record in a letter to Chairman Wheeler in advance of a December 11 Open Meeting in which a second FCC Report and Order on modernizing the E-rate program will u

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NSBA’s Ann Flynn wins Top 30 Technologists, Transformers & Trailblazers Award

A School District of Innovation - ASBJ

At Taylor County Public Schools, in central Kentucky, instruction is centered on technology and performance-based education and has brought student success. The American School Board Journal brings you the story from Campbellsville.

IES Practice Guide: Using Student Achievement Data to Support Instructional Decision Making

This handout was given as an example in the "Defining Leadership for Equity in the Digital Age" Training Leadership Workshop at the 2014 CUBE Summer Issues Seminar.

Technology Initiative Proposal Submission Form

This handout was given as an example in the "Defining Leadership for Equity in the Digital Age" Training Leadership Workshop at the 2014 CUBE Summer Issues Seminar.

Transformational Learning: Technology Policy to Assure Equity and Excellence

This handout was given as an example in the "Defining Leadership for Equity in the Digital Age" Training Leadership Workshop at the 2014 CUBE Summer Issues Seminar.

NSBA Hails Changes in the FCC E-Rate Modernization Plan as a Positive Step

Alexandria, Va. (July 11, 2014) - The National School Boards Association (NSBA) welcomes the decision by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to improve the long oversubscribed E-rate program, while also noting remaining funding gaps. This was reinforced by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, who announced that the FCC will consider added funding for E-rate in a future call for public input.

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