Wyoming’s Newly Released 2017 Digital Learning Plan Adopts Future Ready Framework

Oct 13, 2016

Wyoming’s Digital Learning Plan (DLP) provides a vision for student success that includes goals and recommendations for educators to incorporate technology in curriculum and instruction as well as ideas to increase reliable Wi-Fi access within classrooms. The DLP includes sections that describe the current state of each of the gears and goals and recommendations of for the next five years that will move the state toward the vision of The Future Ready Framework, and, more importantly, ensuring all Wyoming students graduate college, career, and military ready.

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