The Consortium for School Networking selected the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District and 19 others from around the country to collaborate with the goal to improve digital learning.
CH-UH is the only district in Ohio invited to participate in the project, “Teaming for Transformation: Leading Digital Conversion for Student Learning.”
The consortium is an association for school district technology leaders, according to its website.
Hannah Reid, coordinator of educational services at CH-UH, will be the contact person.
“Districts will use the organization’s web network and periodic meetings to share common problems, possible solutions and best practices, which can then be utilized by the CH-UH staff to enhance the best applications for the use of technology as a tool for student learning,” Reid said by email.
CH-UH will exchange ideas with other schools selected to participate through online discussions, site visits and face-to-face conversations at the Consortium for School Networking’s 2013 conference in March.