Digital Equity Network

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The Digital Equity Network works to inspire thoughtful discussion as well as action aimed to ensure access and opportunities for all learners. Through weekly and monthly sharing, we will challenge the status quo concerning the “haves and have nots” of access while providing consistent information and actionable resources to better help school leaders make equitable decisions concerning technology infrastructures and digital learning.

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Announcements

  • Join a DEN Committee!

    ISTE DE PLN is forming committees to broaden our support base. Each committee is led by an ISTE DE PLN Leader. We are seeking ISTE members who may interested in joining our efforts as outlined here. If this is you, please complete our interest form.

  • Call for Community Blog Posts

    We are currently seeking submissions for the ISTE Digital Equity Community Blogs.  If you are interested in sharing content, please fill out this form and we will be in touch.

  • ISTE DE PLN Webinar #2 Recording

    Interested in understanding how to tackle digital divide issues at the district level? This webinar provides awesome insights and ideas on addressing digital equity from the district level. Webinar features Rafranz Davis, Adam Phyall, and Wes Kriesel.

Community Blogs

  • Good morning, ISTE Digital Equity Network! Please see below the following blog post by Leadership Team member Wes Kriesel , originally published at  https://medium.com/digital-equity/first-of-all-whats-our-mission-8b67f94b5bf7 on August 11, 2017. ...

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  • The story of this project was hidden in the political machinations going forward in Black History Month. Action speaks louder than words. I am one of several people who have been involved in actions with those working in social justice and ...

  • Moment of Reflection  I would like to take a moment of silence for the bells, policies, school meals, teacher conferences and faculty meetings.   Head Up and Eyes Open! In some parts of the country, summer has just begun but in other areas--- ...

  • Educators will often talk about the importance of staying engaged over the summer in order to curtail the effects of "the summer slide", and they also will mention the time needed in the fall to formatively assess students and to review skills that ...

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  • Although we typically focus on "Digital" Equity, We thought this post on "Equity" would be one worth reading and discussing. Can Equity Be Taught? In a rapidly diversifying district with a largely white teaching force, how do you foster ...