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Tanya Roscorla

Former Managing Editor, CDE

Tanya Roscorla covered ed tech from 2009-2017.

The county's public schools have developed a growing ed tech team that collaborates with teachers in designing multi-age classrooms and introducing new technologies that strengthen learning and trust.
The Borough of Manhattan Community College is encouraging faculty innovation and student access to open educational resources with the help of a $4 million state investment.
The second-largest school district in the U.S. learned some painful lessons as its staff struggled to fix a failed IT system and to restore trust in its ability to manage such a large project.
Future engineers have an online space to get help with their projects and learn skills.
Colleges are taking advantage of a business opportunity and an education need in the marketplace.
Faculty have been slow to adopt open education resources, but Virginia's Tidewater Community College offers zero-cost degree programs, which might jump-start the ed tech trend.
Efforts at the local, regional and state levels continue to move forward as leaders tackle obstacles on their way to better data sharing.
Thanks to legislation, the state has broken down barriers to data sharing, which has improved how education and child welfare agencies track foster care students. The result: improved graduation rates.
Schools don't always know when they're serving foster care students, who are at high risk for dropping out and falling behind. But researchers and policymakers have laid the foundation for identifying and helping these students succeed academically.
Security and privacy often overshadow this important component of information technology efforts.