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  • 1. PART I: Schools and LibrariesProgram of the Universal Service Fund E-RATE PART II: CFISD Technology Plan Click to go to next slide
  • 2. This is a program set up tohelp fund libraries withinternet access andtelecommunications
  • 3. Eligibilityfor -Public Schools -Private Schools (Non-Profit)Support: -Public Libraries -School Libraries
  • 4. 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.
  • 5. 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
  • 6. 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
  • 7. 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
  • 8. RESOURCES:Barden, P. (2006, October 10). E-rate: the schools and libraries. Retrieved fromhttp://www.edtechonline.org/Ed-Tech-PDF/12_ERate.pdfMaddox, L. (n.d.). Schools and libraries program of the universal service fund/e-rate .Retrieved fromhttp://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/library/what_we_do/erate.htmlRowe, H. (2008, January 8). Technology plan summary. Retrieved fromhttp://www.cfisd.net/dept2/technology/2008-2011%20Technology%20Plan.pdf