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SETDA in the News: April 2014 Roundup

April showers may bring May flowers – but apparently not for inBloom. Issues related to the controversy surrounding and ultimate winding down of the nonprofit were the basis for a large number of stories in April 2014 that cited SETDA research and views about K-12 educational technology policy and practice. Other big stories of the month highlighted issues related to the broadband needs of K-12 schools and the ongoing E-rate modernization effort at the FCC, the threat of decisions at the FCC related to net neutrality that could relegate school broadband access to the slow lane, and some feature pieces highlighting issues associated with the increasing reliance of schools on technology for teaching, learning and school operations.

Here’s the April 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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