The Center for Digital Education hosted a Market Briefing event in Anaheim, CA.
IT leaders from Southern California school districts were on hand for a special briefing on their technology plans for the coming years.
The participants briefed the audience on district plans in a variety of topic areas, including computing infrastructure, mobile devices, digital content, professional development, cyber security and their plans to incorporate blended learning models.
Tustin Unified School District has over 23,000 students and is working to provide technology to support district curriculum standards and create measurable objectives. With over 53,000 students, Capistrano Unified School District is working to empower students for success through technology resources and tools. Anaheim Union High School District has over 33,000 students which it is graduating with skills for the 21st century. The Los Angeles County Office of Education supports 80 public school districts and is the nation’s largest regional education agency. Fullerton School District is challenging its nearly 15,000 students, as well as parents and teachers, to think differently about how and where learning takes place and consider information technology’s role in learning. Santa Ana Unified School District has over 57,000 students which it is working to equip to thrive in the 21st century.
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Anaheim, CA 92802
2017 Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, contact:
Center for Digital Education
Phone: (916) 932-1435