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Navigating the Shift to Digital Learning: Leveraging Federal Funding Sources

Are you meeting the needs of your digital age students? What does collaboration between Title I and Digital Learning look like in your state? In this session you will learn about strategies and resources to support digital learning opportunities for your Title I students.

This talk was presented at:
National Title I Conference
February 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Melissa Greene

20 years of experience in education, including eight years of experience working as a sales consultant and representative in educational publishing. While at both Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Teacher Created Materials, Inc., Melissa was known for her excellent customer service and relationship building skills, as well as her creative and customized marketing strategies for all of the New York school districts that she served.

Laurel Ballard

Laurel Ballard, Ph.D. is the Student and Teacher Resources Team Supervisor for the Wyoming Department of Education (WDE).  In this role she supervises staff and programs related to digital learning, virtual education, teacher and leader evaluation and accountability, educator equitable, at-risk students, and computer science education. She is also the state lead for Wyoming’s Career Readiness Initiative. She is actively leading six prominent steering teams including: Educator Equity Steering Team, Certified Personnel Evaluation System and Leader Accountability Advisory Panel, Wyoming Career Readiness Council, Virtual Education Advisory Committee, Statewide Digital Learning Advisory Panel, and Computer Science Education Advisory Panel.  Previously, Previously, Dr. Ballard has successfully led or facilitated the Distance Education Task Force, P20W Statewide Longitudinal Data System Governance, Wyoming Summer School Advisory Team, and Accountability Steering Team. Laurel also represents the Superintendent of Public Instruction on Wyoming’s Workforce Development Council.