No requirement to report tech literacy in 2011-12
The South Dakota Department of Education recently learned that the U.S. Department of Education will not require states to report 8th grade technology literacy for the 2011-12 school year.
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2012 Legislative Session begins this week
The South Dakota State Legislature will convene for the 2012 session beginning this week. The opening session will begin Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 1 p.m., when Governor Dennis Daugaard will give his State of the State address before both houses. CLICK HERE to listen in to his address.

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South Dakota program featured on National Institute of Health webpage

The statewide We Can! training effort provided through the department’s Child and Adult Nutrition Services last year has earned South Dakota some positive recognition.

An article about South Dakota’s We Can! program was recently featured on the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute’s website. The program received funding assistance from the USDA’s Team Nutrition program, and teams from 17 schools attended the training to learn how they could use the We Can! curriculum to improve existing programs.

Click here to read the article from a We Can! event in McIntosh. For more information about Team Nutrition or We Can!, contact Mary Kirk, Team Nutrition Coordinator with the SD Department of Education.