Washington, D.C. --- More than 120 advocates from 34 states gathered in Washington. DC, this week for the Washington Education Technology Policy Summit and spent time on Capitol Hill educating Congress on the value of technology to improve teaching and learning at the K-12 level. These educators and technology proponents met with the congressional delegations from their respective states to promote the need for more funding for education technology programs, particularly Title IID/Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), as well as the E-Rate program. These efforts were particularly timely as Congress...
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