SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - The Liberty County School System is one of four school districts in the country that was named a Salute District for its focus on technology to promote student achievement by the National School Boards Association's Technology Leadership Network.
The Liberty County School System, Dysart Unified School District, Jefferson County Public Schools and the Township High School District 214 were among the school districts selected nationally by the network.
Liberty County School System is made up of 10,200-students and recognized the importance of creating an ongoing professional collaboration opportunity between building leaders and the district's technology staff to ensure technology investments are being maximized to support student learning, according to an NSBA news release. The district has seen measurable increases at the building-level in the use of the Web for two-way communication with parents since it created the Technology Advisory Board.
The four districts will be honored at NSBA's 2010 Technology + Learning (T+L) Conference that runs from Oct. 19- 21 in Phoenix (www.nsba.org/tl).