Missions and Network-Building: How One Rural District is Making the Edtech Transition

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[Commentary] Imagine a school system that operates in an environment where technology is abundant, teachers seamlessly use digital resources, and students communicate and collaborate with other students from around the world.

Imagine that this learning environment has an infrastructure reliable and predictable enough to support such learning, where professional development is ongoing and supported by on-campus specialists. Sound outrageous coming from a small rural school district with limited resources? Maybe not--especially when you take your time.

[Kirsch is the Superintendent of Schools of Franklin West Supervisory Union in Vermont]


Missions and Network-Building: How One Rural District is Making the Edtech Transition