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Digital Equity Champions for All Learners: Lytle High School P-Tech Program Builds Career-Ready Digital Skills

Lytle High School P-Tech Program students

Lytle Independent School District, TexasP-12

In the heart of South Texas, Lytle High School in Lytle Independent School District is championing digital equity to bridge economic, educational, and access divides through its Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH). The program, which began in the 2018-2019 school year, offers o...

Topic: Digital Equity

Starting Small to Make a Difference in Mississippi

Pascagoula-Gautier School District, MississippiP-12

Engaging students in active use doesn’t require an elaborate technological ecosystem. Pascagoula High School (PHS) is a suburban, Title 1 school on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi with a student population of around 1,120, about 70% Black or Hispanic. Educator Jami Sheets teaches a leadership class ...

Topic: NETP24

Creating a Culture of Student Data Privacy Takes Time

Rocky River School District, OhioP-12

Not long after hiring a new Executive Director of Educational Services, Rocky River School District in Ohio recognized the need to create a system-wide culture focused on protecting student data privacy. Although the school board had recently reconfirmed its Student Privacy Policy, implementation wa...

Topic: NETP24

Lindsay Unified School District’s Transformative Journey

Lindsay Unified School District, CaliforniaP-12

In Lindsay Unified School District (LUSD) - a small, rural district located in the Central Valley of California - approximately 93% of the students identify as Hispanic/Latino and 42% as ELLs; 24% receive migrant services; and all students receive free meals. The district has committed to ensuring e...

Topic: NETP24

Mendon-Upton Includes Student, Teacher Voice in Edtech Procurement

Mendon-Upton Regional School District, MassachusettsP-12

Mendon-Upton Regional School District (MURSD) is a small suburban district in central Massachusetts which provides their teachers access to over 200 edtech tools. MURSD participated in the Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education’s OET 2022-2023 EdTech Peer Learning Cohort....

Topic: NETP24

Leveraging Staff Meeting Time for Professional Learning

Narragansett Public Schools, Rhode IslandP-12

Finding time to provide teachers with professional learning is often challenging for school systems. Scheduling professional learning opportunities outside the traditional school day means many educators cannot attend. Narragansett Public Schools in Rhode Island found that many teachers reported nee...

Topic: NETP24

A Rural District Finds Ways to Make Computational Thinking Accessible to Everyone

Talladega County Schools, AlabamaP-12

It took three years for Talladega County Schools, a rural Alabama district with a student population of 7,000 that is roughly 67 percent White and 28 percent Black, to develop computing pathways for its students. Talladega applied to participate in the National Science Foundation-funded Developing...

Topic: NETP24

Building Pathways to Computer Science Success in Early County, Georgia 

Early County School District , GeorgiaP-12

Before 2021, the Early County School District in Georgia had no Computer Science program for its students. Three years later, the district’s high school will have four students complete its new computer science pathway. Through a partnership with the Kapor Center, the 52% Black school district has...

Topic: NETP24

Developing a Graduate Profile and a Graduate Profile Learning Continuum

Howard-Suamico School District, WisconsinP-12

The Howard-Suamico School District (HSSD) near Green Bay, Wisconsin, has eight schools and serves over 6,000 students in grades PK-12. The district developed a Graduate Profile to prepare students for a constantly evolving world. The Graduate Profile characteristics include self-starter, critical th...

Topic: NETP24

Supporting Teacher and Students in Van Meter, IA

Van Meter Community School district, IowaP-12

Serving over 1,000 PK-12 students in a single building, the Van Meter Community School district in Iowa has committed to helping educators leverage active technology use to support learning goals. Supported by a team of instructional coaches that focuses on building relationships and meeting teacher...

Topic: NETP24