A new Hawaii-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping close the "digital gap" in our nation's schools has selected 12 school districts as recipients of its first Technology in Education Leadership Awards for their exemplary use of technology in K-12 education.

To identify the nation's most technologically advanced school districts, the Ohana Foundation drew upon research conducted at Center for Information and Communication Sciences at Indiana's Ball State University over a five-year period. Representatives from...

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