Digital Promise and the League of Innovative Schools will be visiting Cajon Valley Schools on April 20th. We are in the planning stages for site visits now. For more information on Digital Promise click here.
Across the country, forward-thinking education leaders are improving outcomes for students and solving the challenges facing K-12 schools through learning technology and research.
The Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools is:
A network of superintendents and district leaders leveraging technology to improve student outcomes
A national coalition of public school districts partnering with entrepreneurs, researchers, and leading thinkers
A testbed for new approaches to teaching and learning
A representation of the diversity of public education in the U.S.
League members represent more than 3.2 million students in 73 districts and 33 states. Their experiences reflect the diversity and shared challenges of public education in America.
Members of the League of Innovative Schools are selected once a year through a peer-reviewed application process supported by Digital Promise. Superintendents apply to represent their districts and are chosen based on the following criteria:
Vision and Record
Potential for Impact
Digital Promise is a Bi-Partisan initiative commissioned by Congress.