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E-Rate Funding Increase Approved by FCC

Today, the FCC voted to approve the recommendation by Chairman Wheeler to increase E-rate funding by an additional $1.5 billion. As noted in previous...

ISTE Statement on Net Neutrality

From:  Hilary Goldmann, ISTE Sr. Director Government Relations and Jon Bernstein, ISTE Policy Counsel It’s good to see all of the interest in the Net...

Resources for Making Your Voice Heard

At the beginning of 2014, ISTE (The International Society for Technology in Education) made changes to its voice for advocacy about digital-age policy and...

MACUL Partners with Michigan Radio to Discuss the Digital Divide

On March 12th at Founders Brewery in Grand Rapids, MACUL partnered with Michigan Radio to host a discussion about the digital divide on the...

Highlights from the 2013 Student Technology Showcase

On October 23, 2013, twenty-four teams from schools in various legislative districts gathered at the Michigan State Capitol to showcase technology they are using...

Common Core and Technology Funding

In 2010, the state education board adopted the Common Core State Standards and since then, many school districts in Michigan have been busy implementing...

Ready or Not, Blended Learning Is Coming To Your Community

This article was published in the Spring 2013 MACUL Journal Blended learning, flipped classroom, and virtual schooling are all new models of K-12 education that...

The Power of The Crowd

More than 1,000 educators signed a petition to urge the US Congress to support technology professional development while at the ISTE (International Society for...

The Time is Now: Don’t Throw a Huge Opportunity Overboard

The Time is Now: Don’t Throw a Huge Opportunity Overboard The shift from Grade Level Content Expectations to the Common Core Curriculum Standards (CCCS) is...

Welcome To MACUL Advocacy

Welcome to the MACUL Advocacy Wordpress blog.  Our vision statement is shown at the top of the page and under the Advocacy Statement menu....