The report, based largely on a national Digital Learning Now! campaign, evolved out of a Jan. 23 gathering co-sponsored by the institute and the Donnell-Kay Foundation and featuring Susan Patrick, CEO of the International Association for K-12 Online Learning or iNACOL.
“Many of Colorado’s current policies are holding back choice and innovation,” Pam Benigno, director of the institute’s Education Policy Center, said in a news release. “We have the chance to unleash a lot of learning potential by using technology effectively, if we can remove these barriers.”
For background and other key information, readers can listen to a 20-minute podcast discussion with Benigno, senior policy analyst Ben DeGrow, and the Donnell-Kay Foundation’s Matt Samelson. Details and pictures from the January 23 event also are available on our website.
The roadmap’s release also was covered by northern Colorado’s National Public Radio affiliate KUNC.