21st Century Skills: Opportunities and State Implications
Frances Bradburn, Director of Instructional Technology, North Carolina
Brenda Williams, State Technology Director, West Virginia
North Carolina and West Virginia were the first two states to join the 21st Century Skills Partnership and develop comprehensive, statewide working plans to reform Content Standards and Objectives, Instruction, Assessments, Policies, Legislation, Professional Development, Accountability, and Classroom Transformation through Learning Skills and Technology Tools. Hear about their program development and the statewide implications of this process.