[caption id="attachment_37568" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Education leaders worry that programs like Alabama's ACCESS Distance Learning will struggle without federal funding from EETT."]Education leaders worry that programs like Alabama's ACCESS Distance Learning will struggle without federal funding from EETT.[/caption]

Computer-based testing, online high school courses, instructional data systems, and a dropout reengagement program that uses a blended model of instruction are just some of the uses of federal education technology funding that are occurring in states, a group of state leaders told Congress in lobbying for further ed-tech support.

Education leaders gathered on Capitol Hill May...

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