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Andrew Westrope

Managing Editor, Center for Digital Education

Andrew Westrope is managing editor of the Center for Digital Education. Before that, he was a staff writer for Government Technology and a reporter and editor at community newspapers. He has a bachelor’s degree in physiology from Michigan State University and lives in Northern California.

Starting in September, ed-tech companies that handle programs funded by Title IV, such as student recruitment, will be subject to reporting and audit requirements established by the U.S. Department of Education.
A case study by the nonprofit Data Quality Campaign found California’s P–20W Cradle-to-Career data system to be a model for other states to follow, with clear parameters on data governance, funding and community outreach.
Director of IT and Enterprise Services, Georgia Department of Education
Live panels of experts from private, public and nonprofit sectors, organized by the nonprofit Connected Nation, convened this week to discuss what the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act means for the digital divide.
Building upon a military process for locating terror threats on social media, researchers are working on artificial intelligence to automate the matching and identification of anonymous users.
A new contract with Verizon allows state and local government agencies in Georgia and 12 other states to purchase devices and service plans at a steep discount and provide those to constituents in need.
Distinguished professors from New York University, Columbia University and the Institute of International Education held a webinar on Wednesday about the post-pandemic future of higher education.
With ransomware attacks against K-12 schools on the rise, the federal cybersecurity authority and a nonprofit hosted a webinar this week to brief educators on what to expect and how to deal with it.
Secretary of State, Colorado
CIO, King County, Wash.