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Texas caseworkers and foster care providers often get incomplete and inaccurate information about foster kids in their care because of the state child welfare agency’s archaic technology system.
Officials in the state have threatened to withdraw from the multistate Electronic Registration Information Center if the group fails to agree this week on reforms to address concerns that it leans too far left.
The Department of Motor Vehicles may be the most common way residents interact with state government, but digitizing those systems for a modern constituency is no small feat. Three states share their progress.
PocketLab’s Online Notebook will pair with a learning platform from HMH, giving users access to a cloud-based tool for logging and analyzing data and collaborating on scientific investigations.
Given skyrocketing demand for youth mental health services, Texas officials are trying to expand school-based virtual therapy options, but it's a challenge given the national shortage of mental-health professionals.
State lawmakers approved the requirement — which attracted little attention or debate — in their massive overhaul of the state’s voting laws during a 2021 special Legislative session.
Plus, the Rural Broadband Association submits a list of priorities to the new Congress; the Department of Defense and NTIA host a 5G challenge; the Texas Library Commission is collecting data about Internet speeds; and more!
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is moving forward on plans to ban state employees from using the popular video-sharing app TikTok, recently unveiling a statewide model security plan and objectives.
The state will receive $363 million in federal grants to increase access to affordable, reliable high-speed Internet to more than 150,000 homes and businesses, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said.
Following Gov. Greg Abbott's order banning state employees from using TikTok on government-issued devices, more universities are taking action, citing fears that the Chinese government is harvesting customers' data.