On November 17, 2015, the State Board of Education brought together experts for a day-long summit at the Texas Capitol to explore the pros and cons of a rapidly changing classroom environment that includes more digital products and technology each year and its impact on Texas students.

Dr. Karen Rue, the co-chair of the Texas High Performance Schools Consortium and the superintendent of Northwest ISD, and Randy Moczygemba, superintendent of New Braunfels ISD, a Consortium Associate district, provided recommendations.

Find a summary, videos, and presentations from the Learning Roundtable – Educating the Digital Generation on the TEA website.