Monday, April 12, 2010

U.S. Department of Education Secretary Asks for Comments on National Educational Technology Plan

The U.S. Department of Education blog recently posted an article and video from Secretary Arne Duncan on the draft of the National Educational Technology Plan.

The plan describes how information and communication technologies can help transform American education. It provides concrete goals to inform state and local educational technology plans, and recommendations to inspire research, development, and innovation.

Click here for an accessible version of the video.
“We are open to your comments,” Secretary Duncan said in a video announcing the plan. “Tell us about how technology has changed your school or classroom.”

To read the plan, click here. 

Secretary Duncan invites you to share your comments, videos and examples of how technology is changing and improving education. 
To see Secretary Duncan's speech on the National Educational Technology plan, click here.

To read this article in full, click here.

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