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    Welcome to the selection site for the Center for Digital Education's Surveys and Awards Programs. Please select from the list below the surveys or contests you wish to be notified about and/or see below for more information and check "yes" for each program - then fill in the contact information and submit.



The Digital School Districts Survey is conducted annually in partnership with the National School Boards Association (NSBA) in November-December. All U.S. public school districts are invited to participate in the study which examines how information technology is applied to improve service delivery and quality of education. At the conclusion, digitally-savvy districts receive spotlight coverage and national recognition. Top-ranked districts are honored at the NSBA Annual Conference and Exposition the following April.



The Digital Content and Curriculum Achievement Awards recognize schools for their adoption and use of digital curriculum, comprehensive digital tools strategy and learning delivery and teacher/instructor skill with or through digital tools All U.S. K-12 education institutions are invited to participate in the awards program held mid-February - April annually. The awards reception will be held in June during the ISTE - International Society for Technology in Education's annual conference.



The Center for Digital Education recognizes the Top 30 Technologists, Transformers and Trailblazers in an annual publication and awards program that aims to support and inspire education leaders. The CDE Top 30 publication features technology innovators who are working to revolutionize education and highlights best practices, successes, challenges and innovative applications of technologies. Education leaders from both K-12 and higher education are invited to submit nominations each May - July. The CDE Top 30 publication is published in the fall, sent to winners and included in many education conference packages throughout the year.

The Digital Community Colleges Survey examines how community colleges are using information technology to deliver services to their students, faculty and staff. All U.S. community colleges (accredited two-year degree or certificate-granting colleges) are invited to participate in the survey, held annually in October - November. At the conclusion, the top digital-savvy community colleges receive spotlight coverage and national recognition. Awards are presented in April concurrent with the American Association of Community Colleges' annual conference.

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