NCCE exists so educational communities may reach higher levels of success through the use of appropriate technologies that are accessible and affordable to the community and the organization.

(A) NCCE members engage in quality professional learning opportunities that promote the effective use of technology in education to support student achievement.  
(B) NCCE leads educational communities in the shared vision of the effective use of technology. 
(C) The NCCE implements effective practice that supports learning through the use of technology in all aspects of education.

NCCE provides programs and initiatives that will empower teachers to help students learn and achieve mastery of necessary skills. Opportunities to access information that impacts members and supports the core mission and goals of NCCE will be provided to all NCCE members. 

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The following educational technology issues are essential to the NCCE mission and vision moving forward (Statements below developed in collaboration with ISTE.):

Internet connectivity: Schools across the United States require robust and reliable broadband connectivity. However, most schools do not have the network capacity to meet the demands of today’s digital environment.

  • NCCE supports efforts that complement E-Rate’s school connectivity focus to provide school-to-home broadband connectivity for all students, regardless of socio-economic status or geographic location.
  • NCCE encourages high-speed internet availability for students, educators, and communities across the globe to promote higher levels of learning as well as economic stability.

State and Federal Standards: Our students are at the center of everything we do. As educators, our foremost goal is to prepare them for their future. Standards and learning goals describe the skills and knowledge they need to learn effectively and live productively in an increasingly global and digital society. Standards at the foundation of learning and technology integration include International Society for Technology in Education  (ISTE) Standards, Common Core State Standards (CCSS), Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), National Core Arts Standards, and other state specific standards.

  • NCCE supports State and Federal Standards development and use as a foundation for teacher intentional integration of technology tools to support all students as they meet and exceed the rigorous standards-based learning goals and further the development of essential life skills, including problem solving, critical thinking, creativity and collaboration.
  • NCCE believes that standards will foster the development of digital skills that are a prerequisite for success in not only the workplace, but in all aspects of life as a global citizen.

Advocacy Resources:

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International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and American Library Association (ALA)

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How might you advocate? Start by adding to our NCCE Advocacy Flipgrid video message wall shown below. Choose a question, click the +, and follow the on screen directions to provide insight into the impact on and importance to the stakeholders within your state.  Check back often to explore what others have to say.

If using a mobile device, download the Flipgrid App and enter #ba97b256 in the app to get started. 

Join NCCE

Membership is $25 per year. To join NCCE, simply complete the Online Membership Application Form. If you attend a NCCE Annual Conference you receive a complimentary one-year membership. 

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