Legislative Report on Statewide Electronic Infrastructure

The Legislative Report on Statewide Electronic Infrastructure Available to Support Academic and Workplace Success is posted for information.

The report highlights 1) students in high school, college, and the workplace have diverse technology needs; a dynamic market of technology tools are available to respond to those diverse and evolving needs, 2) collaborative initiatives that support academic and workplace success include the secondary to postsecondary employment transition, Career Pathways and Technical  Education Advisory Task Force, the Career and College Readiness Collaborative, MnSCU Charting the Future, and the Itasca Project, and 3) many free or low-cost, high quality technology tools are available to support academic and workplace success.

Questions can be directed to Kim Lynch, Sr. System Director for Educational Innovations.

 

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