Introduction<br />STaR Chart: School Technology and Readiness<br />The STaR Chart is required by the Texas Long-Range Plan for technology. It collects and analyzes data in regards to the technological progress being made on individual campuses. <br />
Explanation<br />STaR Chart is done annually. <br />The results are reported to the state for the Texas Long-Range Plan progress report.<br />Also aligned with the National Educational Technology Plan. <br />Results always available to public. <br />
2009 – 2010 Findings<br />Teaching & Learning Total – 17<br />Educator Preparation & Development Total – 15<br />Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support Total – 19<br />Infrastructure for Technology – 20<br />All classifications fall under the Advanced Tech category. <br />
2010 – 2011 Campus Goals<br />Campus goals should be collaborative and attainable<br />Goals should include all four areas of STaR Chart data<br />Because we are in Advanced Tech for all areas, we should strive for Target Tech<br />Goals should be student-centered <br />
Hyperlink to Data<br />To access STaR Chart data, simply click HERE. <br />To view campus data, select Campus Data Search, and enter in district name, then school name. <br />
Summary<br />Campus is continually improving<br />Goals must be set for further growth<br />Needs assessment should be in place, and given to campus administration<br />Staff development should be utilized for further training and preparation<br />
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