Taking action on important issues facing public education

SETDA members have a long and remarkable history of sharing best practices and collaborating across state lines to address both internal state priorities and national needs. While every state has a unique context, all states face similar policy and practice issues related to the use of technology in education. The SETDA strategic plan asserts that SETDA has a unique “…role in leading the transformation of education through a focus on the dynamic interrelationship of effective federal, state and local education and technology policies and practices.” With the help of our strategic partners and other national experts, SETDA and our members conduct in-depth analyses into and make recommendations about how best states and districts can manage and accelerate public education’s inexorable ‘shift to digital’ and in so doing improve educational outcomes for all students.