Stephenville ISD, a Consortium Associate district, is one of only two Texas school districts (and 19 nationally) to be accepted into the national League of Innovative Schools, a coalition of forward-thinking school districts organized by the Digital Promise, a nonprofit organization authorized by Congress to accelerate innovation in education.

“The League of Innovative Schools connects and rallies the most dynamic leaders of the nation’s school districts in order to advance positive change in public education,” Senior Director of the Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools, Sara Schapiro, said in a release. “As Digital Promise celebrates its fifth anniversary, we’re excited to welcome our new League members and amplify their insights to help others support teaching and learning with technology.”

El Paso ISD, also a Consortium Associate, was previously accepted into the League of Innovative Schools.

Read more as reported by the Stephenville Empire-Tribune.