Article from Richmond-Times Dispatch Bob Stolle, a former top state commerce official and member of a prominent Virginia political family, has been named the new president and CEO of the Center for Innovative Technology. Stolle, who previously has served as senior vice president of policy and regional initiatives at CIT, will succeed Ed Albrigo, who
Innovate Lynchburg is excited to champion this new program from T-Mobile in our region. Because of COVID-19, many schools are completely online or are hybrid. In an effort to help close the homework gap, T-Mobile is giving school districts free internet access and mobile hotspots for 10 million eligible households. In addition to this,
On Tuesday, August 4, the Lynchburg City School Board voted to begin the 2020-2021 school year under the Remote Only model for all LCS students for the first nine weeks. Remote learning is the instructional practice that includes learning out of the LCS building. The first day of school is Monday, August 24, 2020.
Since March, Randolph’s Coronavirus Task Force has met almost daily, each week grappling with the newest curveball thrown at us by the COVID-19 pandemic. We have spent countless hours this summer making plans and putting precautions into place on campus to ensure that our community members were safe for the return to school this fall.
The Commonwealth Connect Team, in conjunction with Virginia Tech, have developed an interactive map of free, publicly available wifi hotspots that Virginians can access. This is a great resource and we are asking that you please share this map with anyone who many need access to the internet. Updates will be done weekly they we
To manage an online classroom, educators need a set of tools that work well together to enable them to help them teach as effectively as they would in person. A lot of educators out there already use learning management systems (LMS) to distribute and accept class assignments. With so many schools and universities moving