What is the K-12 Blueprint?
The K-12 Blueprint offers the latest tools, research data, device information, best practices, deployment strategies, and success stories showing real-world results so that today’s education leaders can plan and implement successful technology initiatives. Whether you are looking to strengthen your virtual, online, or hybrid learning capabilities, enhance data privacy and security, launch a one-to-one program, explore esports and computational thinking, move from print textbooks to digital content, or revamp curriculum to improve STEM learning or making, the K-12 Blueprint can help.
Here's How to Get Started
- Explore the K-12 Blueprint’s robust toolkits to help develop and deploy critical technology initiatives
- Discover a rich collection of free papers, resources, and guidebooks developed for educators and administrators driving the future of education
- Catch up on the latest news and information from the ed-tech world, read blogs from leading educators and thinkers, and listen to the Ed-tech Coast to Coast podcast
Intel hosted a small conference in 2000, bringing together a group of roughly 30 leaders in the education ecosystem for a series of collaborative, face-to-face meetings. These discussions focused on the common areas necessary for successful implementation of digital curriculum, and formed the concept and structure of the K-12 Blueprint.
The K-12 Blueprint website has grown since its initial inception, with a dedicated team responsible for updating the site with current education-technology news and downloadable tools. The K-12 Blueprint also has an active Twitter feed with news outlets such as the New York Times and USA Today picking up some of the tweets.
The K-12 Blueprint: Produced by Clarity Innovations
Clarity Innovations matches the most promising technology with the evolving needs of education. By merging creativity, technology, and pedagogy, we create powerful learning experiences.