Integrating new technologies into the daily classroom routine will take a huge investment: of time, money, and people that are committed to supporting online learning. First, education leaders must maintain infrastructure funding, prioritizing investment in robust, scalable broadband infrastructure with future use in mind. Districts also need state guidance and support to make informed decisions about devices, tools, and resources for online teaching and learning. Further, all relevant stakeholders, including teachers, need to be included in technology decisions, and these decisions must be made in coordination with other choices around instruction, curriculum, and assessment. Finally, districts need to be connected with the tools and resources to monitor and evaluate network performance at the classroom level. To take full advantage of the opportunities presented by new technologies, education leaders at the federal, state, and local levels need to work together to support online teaching and learning.