Education leaders from around the country were in Washington, DC on March 14 and 15, 2018 to educate policymakers about the critical role of technology in transforming education at the EdTech Advocacy and Policy Summit 2018.
Congress and the Trump administration will make important decisions this year that could significantly impact education technology leaders, their schools and the students they serve. There are discussions about the future of the E-Rate, updating student data privacy requirements and allocating funding for ed tech programs.
It is more essential than ever for federal policymakers and officials to hear from educators about the benefits of digital learning for students, teachers and families, and to help shape policies reflecting this input. Join CoSN, ISTE and SETDA and add your voice to this debate by attending the EdTech Advocacy and Policy Summit 2018.
Participants were able to: