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Answer: You decide, reactions are mixed.
This week, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed an executive order that establishes a new Cybersecurity Planning Committee to guide the state. The group will include officials from state, local and tribal government.
The federal Office of Educational Technology during today's National Digital Equity Summit launched its Advancing Digital Equity for All resource, which provides a platform for recommendations to establish equity plans.
The higher ed system will use nearly $4 million to boost workforce development to prepare workers for jobs relating to clean energy technology, such as offshore wind and electric car development.
Answer: Because of how people might use it.
The state has partnered with the financial technology company ClassWallet to help manage the distribution of federal relief funds given to private and other nonpublic schools, an announcement said.
The city of Reno has announced the appointment of Craig Franden, who has more than 20 years of public IT experience, to the Department of Information Technology director position. Franden replaces Kannaiah Vadlakunta in the role.
The California Department of Education announced a partnership with early literacy and biliteracy company Footsteps2Brilliance to help further its goal of achieving literacy for all California students by third grade.