League of Innovative Schools Adds Nine New Members

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League of Innovative Schools Adds Nine New Members

Apr 1, 2014

WE ARE FAMILY: Last Wednesday, nonprofit Digital Promise conducted its Spring 2014 meeting, during which time the team presented on seven key edtech problem areas and potential solutions to focus on for the remainder of the year*. (Ex: "In this rapid pace of change, how do we get and sustain the dollars?") Following, DP announced nine new additions to the League of Innovative Schools, including Highline Public Schools in Washington, Mentor Public Schools in Ohio, and Richland School District Two in South Carolina. The League now includes 46 school districts and education agencies in 25 states in total, and represents nearly 3 million students.

Click here for a full summary of the workshop.

EDITOR'S NOTE: A DP rep later reported that the seven problem areas are "just areas we may be focusing on going forward," rather than "our agenda for the rest of the year."

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