Reynoldsburg schools Superintendent Steve Dackin will meet with senior White House officials at the White House Tuesday, July 16, as the only central Ohio representative of the Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools.
Dackin said the league, made up of 31 school districts across the nation, will hold an Innovation Workshop in Washington, D.C. Members will meet at the White House to share innovative educational initiatives with education leaders.
He said Digital Promise is a congressionally authorized, bipartisan organization launched by the White House in 2011 as a national center for research and development in education technology.
“We are flattered to be included in the League of Innovative Schools and to share what we have learned about tools and strategies that help us customize each child’s educational experience,” he said. “The real benefit for us is using lessons from the other 31 schools to improve opportunities for Reynoldsburg children.”
Read more about this story in the July 18 edition of ThisWeek Reynoldsburg News.