STATE OF CALIFORNIA — PROCLAMATION

STATE OF CALIFORNIA — PROCLAMATION

The Americans with Disabilities Act, signed into law on July 26, 1990, brought our nation closer to the promise of equal rights for all. This landmark legislation enshrined into law equal access and protection from discrimination for people with disabilities. Passed...

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State Library Launches CA Grants Portal

State Library Launches CA Grants Portal

The California State Library has launched a one-stop portal for all grant and loan opportunities offered on a competitive or first-come basis by California state agencies and departments. The Grant Information Act of 2018 - AB 2252 created the California Grants...

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ITLA 27 Class Graduation

ITLA 27 Class Graduation

CDT’s IT Leadership Academy (ITLA)  2020 has proven to be a very  unique cohort, to  put it mildly. Due to COVID 19, ITLA ended its 27th cohort with classes offered remotely using video learning platforms. The Office of Professional Development worked hard to pivot...

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CDT: Taking the Lead in Digital Transformation

CDT: Taking the Lead in Digital Transformation

The California Department of Technology’s Office of Enterprise Technology (OET) is responsible for providing statewide web, geospatial, and data services. As seen during last year’s devastating fires, Public Safety Power Shutoffs and, currently, the COVID-19 pandemic,...

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Global Accessibility Awareness Day and the OCRBot

Global Accessibility Awareness Day and the OCRBot

Not everyone enjoys a digital web experience equally. Those with disabilities should be able to have the same experience as those without, but often that isn’t the case. That’s why awareness and a commitment for inclusion are the goals of Global Accessibility...

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Congrats Girls Go CyberStart CA!

Congrats Girls Go CyberStart CA!

Girls from dozens of schools across California have excelled in cybersecurity learning through the competition, Girls Go CyberStart (GGCS). One-hundred-two girls from 29 high schools across the state qualified to compete in the U.S. National Championship. Only 36% of...

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Gauging Students’ Progress along the Education Pipeline

Gauging Students’ Progress along the Education Pipeline

California has invested billions of dollars to improve its public education systems over the past decade. While some institutions have cited improvements during this period, there is not enough pertinent data to show how students are doing during key transitions along...

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