State eLearning Plans, SETDA eLearning Coalition
In many cases, states have waived specific policies related to the limits for the number of consecutive days for eLearning and any application process in the wake of the COVID-19 school closures.
State Education Agency Considerations for CARES Act Funding as Related to Digital Learning
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides flexible funding for states to respond to the COVID-19 emergency in K-12 schools. CARES Act funds allow state and district funds to be spent on resources such as technology tools, professional development for educators, sanitation of buildings, and broadband access for students and teachers.SETDA developed this document to provide a resource for state leaders regarding considerations for expenditures.
Transformatived Digital Learning: A Guide to Implementation
Education leaders at the federal, state, and local level have the opportunity to provide leadership to ensure that all students have personalized, engaging learning experiences. This resource provides guidance, resources and best practices to support these efforts.
State Broadband Initiatives: Selected State and Local Approachesas Potential Models for Federal Initiatives to Address the Digital Divide
Access to high-speed internet, known as broadband, is becoming increasingly essential to daily life as more applications and activities move online. This has become particularly apparent during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, as employers in some sectors transitioned their workers from on-site work to telework and schools migrated their students from classrooms to distance learning.
Essential Elements for eLearning
Essential Elements for eLearning is a free professional learning community that provides policy makers, school administrators and educator leaders a better understanding of policies and practices related to online learning, digital content, and e-learning days.
SETDA eLearning Resources
A compilation of all the eLearning resources available from SETDA