The State Education Committee focuses on education policy discussions taking place across the country. CompTIA looks to increasingly be seen as a leader on education policy and advocacy, weighing in with policy makers and education leaders in state capitols, school districts and institutions of higher education across the U.S. The Committee advocates for educational policies that will best prepare our students for a future in the evolving global workforce, with an emphasis on STEM instruction and digital learning. Including and improving STEM instruction in primary and secondary core education will provide students with the fundamental skill set needed to compete in a rapidly changing, technology-driven economy. Bringing digital technology into the classroom will enable teachers to leverage the best delivery mechanisms, innovative content, and data-based personalized learning efforts to accelerate student learning and achievement.
Providing a quality education for our children today will lead to a more knowledgeable and empowered workforce in the future.
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| May 07, 2019
There were more than 11.8 million people with technology jobs in the United States last year – an increase of 260,865 jobs between 2017 and last year. And while most of these jobs continue to be concentrated in major tech hubs, a solid number of states from the South and Midwest ranked within the top ten for total net tech employment, according to the new Cyberstates™ report from CompTIA.
| May 14, 2018
The California State Legislature retained funding in the May 2018 state budget revision for Governor Brown’s bold proposal for a new 115th community college to be offered completely online. The online college addresses a critical gap in higher education in California by providing access to skills, training and credentials millions cannot otherwise obtain.
| Apr 27, 2018
On Wednesday, April 25th CompTIA testified before the California State Assembly Committee on Education in support of AB 2098 by Assemblyman Kevin McCarty (D-Sacramento). CompTIA and TechNet are co-sponsoring the measure which would establish a three-year pilot for a 21st Century After-School coding grant program within the After-School Education and Safety (ASES) framework.
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