Digital Learning State Stories

School districts across the U.S. are transforming K-12 teaching and learning by incorporating digital learning in every classroom, every day. As educators embrace technology, students – at all grade levels – are gaining the valuable 21st century skills they need for college and career readiness. To celebrate Digital Learning Day 2020, we’re partnering with EducationSuperHighway over the coming months to highlight what’s possible in the classroom once barriers to digital learning are removed. Click on the map below to get started and check back often. We will publish one story from each state between now and February 27.

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Alabama

1:1 Program Brings Digital Learning to Rural Alabama Schools

Piedmont City School District

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Arizona

Applying the Scientific Method to Real-World Research Projects

Cibola High School (Yuma Union High School District 70)

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Connecticut

High School Students Learn Valuable Skills, Earn College Credit

Norwalk Public Schools

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Delaware

Digital Tools Help Build Skills, Remove Barriers

William Penn High School

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Florida

Andrew Jackson High School of Advanced Technology

Jacksonville, FL (Duval County Public Schools)

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Idaho

Digital Learning Drives Demand for Summer School

Wilder School District

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Illinois

Small District Offers Students and Teachers Big Possibilities

Williamsfield Public Schools

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Kansas

Designing Web Pages, Broadcasting Videos, and Developing 21st Century Skills

Perry-Lecompton Unified School District 343

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Minnesota

Snow Days Replaced by Online School Days

Shakopee Public Schools

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Montana

How High-Speed Internet Brought Digital Learning to a Small Rural School

Garrison School District

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Texas

An Interactive Rhino and a Robot for an Injured Student

Llano Independent School District

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