Council to urge states to adopt digital-learning standards

A new 50-member Digital Learning Council will research best practices for digital education and release its findings this year, according to former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and former West Virginia Gov. Bob Wise. After releasing its recommended standards, the council will begin asking states to adopt them. "The members of the Digital Learning Council share a sense of extreme urgency about the need to bring digital learning to every school, every classroom, and every child," said Wise, who chairs the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.

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