Official: Texas is making progress on long-term technology goals

02/11/2013 | EdTech magazine

At a recent conference, Karen Kahan, the Texas Education Agency's director of educational technology, shared that the state is making strides in the use of education technology. Among the recent steps taken are legislative efforts to support virtual schooling and replace the term "textbook" with language that could open the door for more digital learning materials, Kahan reported. The state also recently took steps to launch Web 2.0 tools in its professional-development programs, she noted.

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