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The U.S. Department of Education’s (DOE’s) Office of Technology recently reached out to AFSA to identify school leaders to join roundtables and share their insights on AI.
You know how most people try to get out of lunch duty? I love lunch duty. It connects me with kids.
As for educators of color, I’ve always felt that children of color need to see teachers who look like them and know their experiences.
"I know we ask a lot of our educators. And I know that these shootings affect you, too. So, I want to thank you for all that you’ve already done, for coming here to be willing to push a little harder and to do this one more thing." —First Lady Dr. Jill Biden
The 2024 National Educational Technology Plan is a forward-thinking approach to reframing and realizing the potential of educational technology.

AFSA President Emeritus Ernest A. Logan  will receive an honorary degree from the State University of New York during SUNY Cortland’s 2024 commencement.

Logan is being recognized for an influential career of public service, educational excellence and goal-directed dedication that exemplifies the values of SUNY Cortland.