E-Rate/District Technology Plan

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  • 1. Nolan Middle School Technology Reportby Leslie Hallbauer
  • 2. TECHNOLOGY AGENDA
    • E-RATE PROGRAM
    • 3. DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY PLAN
  • What is E-Rate?
    A program that provides discounts to assist most schools and libraries in obtaining affordable telecommunications and internet access.
  • 4. E-RATE
    How do we get E-Rate?
  • 5. E-RATE
    Create a Technology Plan
    Goals & Strategies
    Professional Development
    Assessment of Hardware, Software, and Telecommunications
  • 6. Technology Budget
    Evaluation Process
    Full Process: See web link below
    E-RATE
    http://www.usac.org/sl/
  • 7. Technology Integration
    Personal Computer Ratio 1:1
    New Technology Hardware
    Technology Staff Development
    District Technology Plan
  • 8. District Technology Plan
    Budget for New Technological: Hardware
    Software
    Infrastructure
    Reliable: Telecommunications
    Data Processing Service
    District Instructional Equipment
  • 9. Staff Development: $1,254,440
    Materials & Supplies: $1,903,007
    Equipment: $7,809,199
    Telecommunications & Internet Access: $886,030
    District Technology Plan2009-2010 Budget
  • 10. Maintenance: $756,135
    Miscellaneous Expenses: $11,940
    Total Technology Budget: $12,620,751
    District Technology Plan2009-2010 Budget
  • 11. District Technology Plan
  • 12. We are moving from an isolated classroom model to a connected community of learners.
    We must integrate technology into our classrooms so that our students can meet the technological demands of the 21st century.
    Learning is on-demand, 24/7, collaborative, global, and engaging.
    Summary
  • 13. National Educational Technology Plan 2010
    http://www.ed.gov/sites/default/files/NEPT-2010-final-report.pdf
    Universal Service Administrative Company
    http://www.usac.org/sl/
    U.S. Department of Education
    http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/oii/nonpublic/erate.html
    Killeen ISD Technology Plan
    Sources