Amount ofSupport is -level of poverty -urban/rural status of the population serveddetermined -range from 20% to 90% of the costs of eligible servicesby: -If eligible, school districts and libraries may apply individually or as part of a group.
What specific telecommunications andinformation technologies are needed in helping you reach those goals?• Curriculum-based software for students PK-12• Integrated textbook software• District-wide professional development in technology• On-line library services (at school and from home)• High speed Internet access• Network storage for collaboration and sharing of best practices
What are the district technology goals? CFISD uses the STaR, LRPT and the TEKS to create the district technology goals. GOALS INCLUDE: -Provide access to technology for students and teachers/media specialists. -Use technology to enhance the development of language literacy learning, and math skills. -To enable students to create and publish documents which incorporate typed text -To enable students to interact with social studies materials using a multi-sensory approach - To improve students ability in obtaining, analyzing and explaining information from various sources
STaR Chart Data for Ault Elementary2520 Teaching and Learning15 Educator Preparation &10 Development Leadership, Administration5 and Instructional Support Infrastructure0 2008-2009 2007-2008 2006-2007
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