Catawba County superintendents talk tech needs with K-64 board

young couple using technology

The K-64 governing board held its first meeting this week and members got a chance to hear directly from the county’s three public school district superintendents.

They discussed their challenges when it comes to meeting the initiative’s goals of 1-to-world technology and developing tech-savvy educators.

K-64 is an education and economic development initiative focused on preparing students from kindergarten to retirement (64) to compete in the global economy and to support the local workforce. The Catawba County Commission already appropriated $2.6 million to begin funding of K-64 with $600,000 more raised in private investment commitments.

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