The Public Library Association has awarded $1.27 million to more than 200 public libraries to support digital literacy efforts and Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) enrollment.
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) has awarded more than $685,000 in a fourth round of funding to support digital literacy programs across the state to help job seekers improve their digital literacy skills and successfully find, obtain, and maintain employment.
The White House announced this week that the Department of Education will be providing digital literacy best practices for school districts on the use of internet-enabled devices and services, as well as protecting students’ data.
The New York State (NYS) Department of Labor (DoL) has launched a new, free digital literacy program to help job seekers gain the skills they need to be more marketable to employers.5
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) is turning to a private sector partner, Curriculum Associates, to roll out a digital supplement for Texas Core High-Quality Instructional Materials (HQIM) elementary literacy program.