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Ed Tech Task Force
Monday, March 19th, 2012

In creating the 48-member Task Force, Torlakson said he recognized the severe financial limitations currently facing schools, but was establishing the group now so that a plan for making better use of technology would be ready when more resources were available. 

"Technology is changing nearly every aspect of our lives. But in  California—home to Silicon Valley and the world’s leading technology  companies—many schools have been all but left out of the technology revolution," Torlakson said. "If we’re serious about providing our students a world-class  education, we need a plan that leaves no school and no child offline." Torlakson announced the Task Force during the annual Computer-Using Educators Conference in Palm Springs.

For a list of members, please visit Education Technology Task Force - Initiatives & Programs.

Read the news release...

Tom Torlakson
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
California Department of Education


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