Wyoming to build a statewide K-20 learning management system

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"Hoping to take full advantage of Wyoming’s recent school connectivity gains and smooth some of the disjointedness between K-12 and post-secondary education, the Wyoming Department of Education is building a K-20 statewide learning management system (LMS). A statewide LMS would allow education institutions across the state to share resources and customize each student’s learning experience, Laurel Ballard, supervisor of the student and teacher resources team at the state's education department, told EdScoop TV in a recent interview. “We are definitely looking for cost savings, but it’s much bigger than that,” Ballard said during a recent gathering of the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA). “We really are looking at, ‘How do we streamline and align our K-20 education?’”



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11/21/2017, 16:24

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