As quoted in:

Dobo, Nichole. “How will the presidential election results influence education technology in schools?” The Hechinger Report. 16 November 2016.

Will schools continue to accelerate the pace of blended learning – which incorporates technology into classes along with in-person instruction? Will states enable schools to pursue personalized learning strategies, which make use of technology to create custom-fit lessons for students?

No one knows.

Doug Levin, president of the consulting firm EdTech Strategies, is worried.  “Federal support, affiliation with ConnectEd, Future Ready, Go Open, and the threat of [Office of Civil Rights] action for unequal access, the convenings, speeches, reports and toolkitsall of it, including the personnel – it could get halted, shifted or eliminated on the first day of a Trump administration,” he wrote in a series of Twitter posts.