Attendees will learn how state departments of education can work with their local and regional educational agencies to ensure one-step edtech integrations through state and local contracts. Discover an online repository of exemplary procurement language used by states, districts, and ministries of education to ensure equity and access through open technology standards published by IMS Global Learning Consortium. Over 500 IMS members are putting in place a new interoperable fabric to enable and support diverse needs for innovation and educational transformation. Find the resources you need to create purchasing leverage and break down barriers through interoperable edtech.
Speakers: Barbara Nesbitt, Ph.D., Assistant Superintendent for Technology Services, Pickens County School District; Daniel Ralyea, Director of Research & Data Analysis, South Carolina Department of Education
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