As the election season approaches, the National Coalition for Technology in Education and Training (NCTET), a Washington, D.C.-based nonpartisan coalition of leading education associations, nonprofit groups and corporations, is mobilizing education technology stakeholders nationwide to urge candidates for public office to pledge support for policies that ensure students have access to the learning technologies available that guarantee America's success tomorrow. Established in 1994, NCTET organizes issue briefings, seminars and technology demonstrations for education advocates and policymakers around the use of technology to improve education and training in America. For more information, visit www.nctet.org.
This article originally appeared in the 05/01/2004 issue of THE Journal.
In most K-12 districts, outdated spreadsheets and manual processes define the financial management toolset. That’s increasingly problematic these days, when an influx of federal funding
has elevated the level of public scrutiny.