Broadband Imperative: State Leadership Supports Equity of Access for All Students

Presented by: Dave Childs, Project Manager for the Michigan Statewide Educational Network (MISEN); Ann-Marie Mapes, consultant for the P-20 Office of Data and Information Management in the Educational Technology Unit at the Michigan Department of Education (MDE); and Kurt Kiefer, Assistant State Superintendent, Division for Libraries and Technology, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
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This session is part of a series of edWebinars on SETDA’s 2016 report, The Broadband Imperative II: Equitable Access for Learning. States are uniquely positioned to provide both policies and funding to help ensure all students have equitable access to reliable high-speed broadband access. State leaders shared examples of support to ensure the equity of access for all students including statewide partnerships, regional consortia and policy initiatives. State leaders from Michigan and Wisconsin shared their unique approaches to broadband implementation and support statewide. This edWebinar will benefit K-12 educators, state and district administrators, CIOs, IT directors and network leaders.