Sandburg Educational Network
Sandburg Educational Network (SEN) is a technology partnership between Carl Sandburg College and the K-12 District Schools of Carl Sandburg College District 518.
Carl Sandburg College offers classroom technology training to all K-12 teachers within its district. In addition to training, hosting services, mentor support, software installation support and technical support are also provided.
All these services are provided at minimal charge to the school districts.
District 518 includes: Abingdon-Avon #276, Bushnell-PC #170, Farmington #265, Galesburg #205, Hamilton #328, Illini West #307, Knoxville #202, Monmouth-Roseville #238, ROWVA #208, Rushville-Industry #5, Spoon River Valley #4, Southeastern #337, United #304, Warsaw #31, West Central #235 West Prairie #103, and Williamsfield #210
“…Carl Sandburg College is pleased and excited to work with local K-12 schools. We are truly learning from each other and the excitement generated on all sides (from administrators to teachers to college staff and faculty) is inspiring. Technology in education is changing at a rapid rate. Putting all of our resources together, districtwide, is allowing us to not only stay in the race, but to lead the race! Most importantly, relationships are blooming between schools and within schools that truly make this partnership a success.”
–Linda Lee, Associate Director of Educational Technology & Innovation
Visit by Arne Duncan-U.S. Secretary of Education-Williamsfield High School!
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