Victorville Daily Press
The Education Technology Task Force under the direction of State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson released a new plan Friday to ensure students in the state are benefiting from education technology.
“As California continues to move toward college and career readiness for every child, education technology has to be part of what we do,” Torlakson said. “I’ve visited classrooms up and down the state and seen everything from virtual science experiments to online group projects. From Common Core to the new Smarter Balanced assessments, our state — which has always led the way in innovation — is focused on preparing student with the real-world skills they need. This new blueprint charts a smart course for getting us there.”