Cleveland buses test infrared cameras to improve pedestrian safety
February 23, 2018
The Ohio city is using connected vehicle technologies to give transit buses early warnings when entering intersections.
Governors are giving heightened priority to technology in their project portfolios.
Colin Wood is the managing editor of StateScoop. Before that, he was a staff writer for Government Technology magazine. Before that, he taught Engl...
Education in computer science is playing a larger role in the platforms of state leaders, if recent "State of the State" addresses are any indicator.
The governors of at least 14 states used the annual address — for many their last, as 2018 is an election year — to note developments around computer science education in their states. The increased activity can also be seen in the growing number of state executives participating in the Governors' Partnership for K-12 Computer Science — there are now 16.
“There are some really exciting and innovative ideas coming from the states that will prepare students to thrive in a digital world,” said Richard Culatta, the CEO of the International Society for Technology in Education, in a statement. “These governors clearly understand the need to be forward thinking and recognize that technology plays a key role in education.”
For the full story, including a breakdown of the programs highlighted in each state, read Ryan Johnston's report on EdScoop.