Winners of the sixth annual Digital School Districts Survey have been announced by e.Republic's Center for Digital Education, the National School Boards Association and Converge Online magazine. The Survey's purpose is to recognize school districts and school boards across the nation whose use of digital technology in interfacing with students, parents and community, district governing, and bettering of operations proved exceptional.
Participation in the survey was open to all U.S. public school districts which were placed in three categories based on size of enrollment. Those districts which demonstrated the most comprehensive use of digital standards were chosen as the top ten-ranking districts.
The Fayetteville School District was named the #2 district in the U.S. in the medium-sized district category.