Washington, D.C.--The International Society for Technology in Education
(ISTE®) brought together nearly 80 educational technology leaders from 20+ U.S. states on April 22 for the first-ever ISTE State Advocacy Capacity Building conference.
Held at the L´Enfant Plaza Hotel in Washington, D.C., the conference included panels and workgroups focused on developing relationships with U.S. state policy-makers; building coalitions; leveraging conferences and other events; and using communications tools for advocacy. Most of the participants and many of the presenters were members and leaders of ISTE´s affiliate organizations.
According to Jill Pierce, director of technology for the Loudon County Board of Education (TN) and one...
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