In February 2022, Georgia State Superintendent of Schools Richard Woods convened a task
force consisting of superintendents, chief information officers, and technology experts to
recommend technology learning standards that would ensure all educators and students in
Georgia have access to the following:
• a 21st-century learning environment;
• uniform standards for devices, networks, technology structure, bandwidth, and more;
• technology inventory aligned to standards that create a common set of metrics; and
• funding, resources, and support to minimize technology gaps.