Compare (similarities) and a contrast (differences) the e-services of your state Board of Education with the e-services offered by the 3 additional state Boards of Education of your choosing. Relate findings to decision-making; explain to what extent the identified e-services provide information to educators, parents, and others in the community for making decisions about student learning, policies, and collaborative partnerships?
Discuss these comparisons and contrasts (and their implications) in a 2-3 page essay.
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The state of Washington, New York, and California all offer e-services for students that are in contrast with those offered in the state of Virginia wherein students have access to collegiate type courses, can interface using social media tools, and are able to be provided access to secure online databases that ensure that students are safe from any predatory behavior.
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Information system and e-service at the state/province level is examined. The expert compares and contrasts the e-service of the state Board of Education with the e-services offered by the three additional state Boards of Education of the choosing.