The proposed new standards improve coherence, alignment and readability.
Please take a few minutes to answer a short four-question survey about the one-to-one program, which provides students in third through 12th grades with an iPad or laptop computer.
A pilot program will provide tech opportunities for approximately 60 students in self-contained special education classrooms.
School and district communicators received six Publications and Electronic Media Awards and a Golden Achievement Award from the National School Public Relations Association.
Zach Desjarlais is the only honoree from Washington state or the West Coast.
Just in time for ConnectED Day comes a blog post by Superintendent Steve Webb that delves into Future Ready leadership and how it enables access, leadership and innovation in a school district.
Chief Digital Officer Mark Ray spoke about the evolving role of school librarians at a recent TEDx event.
Just as pounding the pavement to look for jobs has largely been replaced by online applications and LinkedIn, so too have career explorations been updated. Technology now factors into the learning process as early as elementary school.
For many Vancouver Public Schools students who ride the bus, “homework” might be more aptly called “bus-work.”
This year, VPS students in sixth through 12th grades are using iPads or laptops, thanks to a 2013 community-approved technology levy.