The House Briefing is hosted by Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard (CA), and the Senate Briefing is hosted by Senator Jeff Bingaman (NM) and will highlight key trends from the recently released 2010 SETDA National Educational Technology Trends Report, “Innovation through State Leadership,” and illustrate the crucial role the current Enhancing Education Through Technology (ESEA, Title II, Part D) program plays in state and national school reform and improvement efforts. In addition, panelists will highlight the need for sustained support for state and local educational technology leadership and capacity to ensure continued innovation and improvement in teaching and learning for all students.
Melinda Maddox, Director Technology Initiatives, Alabama Department of Education
Lan Neugent, Assistant Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent for Technology & Career Education, Virginia Department of Education
Bruce Umpstead, State Director, Educational Technology and Data Coordination, Office of Education Improvement and Innovation, Michigan Department of Education
For more information, contact Tera Daniels, tdaniels at setda.org.