Participation in the survey was open to all
The first-place winners in each of the three categories were:
Marina Leight, vice president of the Center for Digital Education, said, With digital education tools rapidly evolving, U.S. schools have shown great diligence in advancing quality education by implementing successful applications in support of 21st century education. We applaud this years winners for their creative and innovative accomplishments.
While technologys role to transform learning is critical, its impact as a resource that enhances communications and improves productivity cannot be overlooked, said NSBA Executive Director, Anne L. Bryant. These districts are capitalizing on their ability to provide more transparent and efficient services at a time when budgets are tighter than ever. Educators will have a first-hand opportunity to learn about Jeffcos successes during one of NSBAs 2010 education technology site visits in May. NSBA is pleased that the school boards in these districts have empowered their administrators to embrace todays tools and serve as models for others across the nation.
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