As we recover from the pandemic, educators are increasingly leveraging the breadth of active and innovative
learning opportunities made possible through technology. In addition, schools are accelerating the
implementation of whole learner approaches with technology, including connections to social and emotional supports, parent-educator engagement opportunities, tele-health and tele-mental health, and basic needs services. For such opportunities to become equitably and sustainably available at scale, we must do more to ensure all learners, families/caregivers, and communities have access to technology and the opportunities that it unlocks.