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Post from June 2nd, 2014

SETDA in the News: May 2014 Roundup

The headline story of the month of May was technology readiness for online testing, no doubt heightened by the media’s coverage of the ongoing field tests being conducted in schools across the country by PARCC and Smarter Balanced. The new SETDA resource, The Guide to Technology Requirements, was featured in a number of these stories, offering the K-12 field a powerful tool to understand the technology required to support online testing. Other big stories of the month highlighted issues related to copyright and licensing of teacher-created content and open educational resources (OER), student data privacy concerns, the ongoing E-rate modernization effort at the FCC, and – also before the FCC – the issue of net neutrality and the potential impact of network management rule changes on K-12 education.

Here’s the May 2014 roundup:

For an up-to-date archive and chronicle of notable SETDA mentions online and in the press, be sure to visit the In the News section of our website.

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