As Education Goes Digital, Some Parents Are Left Behind

March 12, 2017

From New York City to Chattanooga, district leaders around the United States have stories to tell about the instructional technologies they are introducing in schools. Many are training educators to teach students computer science, and other STEM subjects through new technology. And although leaders agree that parent engagement is an important part of student success, their innovation plans often leave them out -- particularly those in low-income communities.