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EETT C Grant Round 9

EETT C Grant Round 9

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  • The amount of available funding for each region has been calculated based on CBEDS using grades four through eight enrollments in eligible schools within each region. Per AB 2706 (Berg), each region will be allocated a minimum of $500,000 or two percent of the available EETT C grant funds, whichever is greater. \nSo. . . \nSelect the number of eligible schools to include in the application and develop the program budget accordingly. \n
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  • 2009 ARRA EETT C applicants: An eligible applicant who submitted an application for the ARRA EETT C in October of 2009 may choose to substitute that score from that application for use in Round 9 of the EETT C. The scores from the October 2009 ARRA EETT C applications and the scores from new Round 9 applicants will be merged for ranking and awarding purposes. \n \nLEAs opting to use their October 2009 ARRA EETT C score are only required to submit Form 1- Application Title Page. If the LEA is awarded an EETT C grant, the LEA will be required to revise the following forms and file them along with the Grant Award Notification: \n \nForm 2a: Program Profile & School Data\nForm 3: Program Goals, Objectives, Benchmarks, and Data Collection\nForm 4: Strategies and Timeline\nForm 5: Projected Budget and Budget Narrative \nForm 6: Priority List of LEAs Applicant Schools \n
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  • Resources: Sets projects\n C3\n
  • Writing team: District Stakeholders, Curriculum coordinator, Data collection person, categorical program coordinators, staff development coordinator, technology director, administrator & teacher from eligible 4-8 schools, private schools in district, \n
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  • Goals 1, 2, and 3: Applicants enter the projected growth target for each objective and the annual benchmark data. The language has changed since Round 6- here they are asking for an average percentage (read objective 1a and b)\n\nGoal 4: Applicants enter their own measurable performance objective(s) and annual benchmarks as well as enter the projected growth target for the objective(s) and the annual benchmark data.\n.\nSet challenging yet realistic growth targets. The CDE will compare the projected LEA growth targets on Form 3 against the actual program growth reported in semi-annual and annual program performance reports. In order to qualify for a year three Follow-up EETT C grant award, LEAs must meet 70 percent of the projected growth targets* for each program objective as identified on Form 3. LEA programs focusing on the same target students or teachers in Year One and Year Two (e.g., fifth grade students in Year One and the same fifth grade students as sixth graders in Year Two) have two years to meet identified growth targets. LEA programs focusing on different target students or teachers in Year One and Year Two (e.g., eighth grade students in Year One and new incoming eighth grade students in Year Two) must meet identified growth targets annually. \n*(NOTE: Growth targets are defined as the difference between the baseline percentages and outcome percentages as stated in the benchmarks on Form 3.)\nThe LEA may need to add text to Form 3 to clarify a required objective or benchmark but LEAs may not change the original text or intent of the form. The example that follows indicates when and how text would need to be added to Form 3 to clarify a required objective. \nFOR EXAMPLE:\nIf the LEA chooses to focus on grades four and five during the two year EETT C program, the target students will be different in Year Two of the program. Specifically, the Year One fifth graders will no longer be included in the program targeting grades four and five in Year Two because they will be sixth graders in Year Two and new incoming fourth grade students will become part of the program in Year Two. \nIn cases such as this, you will need to add text to the Form 3, Goal 1 objectives. The underlined text in the example below indicates the additional text that would need to be added to the Form 3, Goal 1 objectives and benchmarks in the aforementioned scenario.\nRequired Program Objective 1a to be achieved by 6/30/10: Target students participating in the program for two years will increase grade-level technology literacy** by an average of 90% as specified in the standards-aligned Program for Students \nYear 1 Benchmark: 4th grade students in year one will increase from 2008 baseline of 10% to 70% proficient by June 30, 2009\nYear 2 Benchmark: Last year’s 4th grade students - now 5th grade students will increase from 2009 baseline of 70% to 100% proficient by June 30, 2010.\nAdditional Required Program Objective 1a to be achieved by 6/30/10: Target students* participating in the program for one year will increase grade-level proficiency with technology literacy** by an average of 60% as specified in the standards-aligned Program for Students.\nYear 1 Benchmark: 5th grade students in year one will increase from 2008 baseline of 10% to 70% proficient by June 30, 2009\nYear 2 Benchmark: Incoming 4th grade students in year two will increase from 2009 baseline of 10% to 70% proficient by June 30, 2010.\nX *Check here if the Year 2 Target Group is different from the Year 1 Target Group for this Objective.\nFor each objective listed under the EETT C goals, list the data collection information and instruments that will be used. \n(NOTE: On Form 3, the required objectives for Goals 1, 2, and 3 contain required data elements that cannot be altered. However, additional data collection information and instruments can be identified for each objective.)\nIf the LEA chooses to add any optional goals or objectives to the program, there must be a corresponding data instrument and collection schedule on Form 3 and in the Evaluation and Program Management Plan section of the Project Narrative. In addition, if the LEA chooses to add optional goals or objectives, they must be related to the required performance goals and to the purpose of the comprehensive EETT C program. Follow the existing Form 3 format to add any additional performance goals, objectives, benchmarks, and data elements as needed. \nForm 3 will be considered in the Scoring Criteria (Appendix F, page 71), but does not count as part of the 25-page Project Narrative maximum. \n
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  • For Goals 1 and 2: \nLEA programs focusing on the same target students or teachers in Year One and Year Two have two years to meet identified growth targets. (e.g., fifth grade students in Year One and the same fifth grade students as sixth graders in Year Two) \n\nLEA programs focusing on different target students or teachers in Year One and Year Two must meet identified growth targets annually and add text to Form 3 to clarify. (e.g., eighth grade students in Year One and new incoming eighth grade students in Year Two) \n\nThe CDE will compare the projected LEA growth targets on Form 3 against the actual program growth reported in semi-annual and annual program performance reports. In order to qualify for a year three Follow-up EETT C grant award, LEAs must meet 70 percent of the projected growth targets* for each program objective as identified on Form 3. \n\nIf the LEA chooses to add any optional goals or objectives to the program, there must be a corresponding data instrument and collection schedule on Form 3 and in the Evaluation and Program Management Plan section of the Project Narrative. In addition, if the LEA chooses to add optional goals or objectives, they must be related to the required performance goals and to the purpose of the comprehensive EETT C program. Follow the existing Form 3 format to add any additional performance goals, objectives, benchmarks, and data elements as needed. \n\nForm 3 will be considered in the Scoring Criteria (Appendix F, page 71), but does not count as part of the 25-page Project Narrative maximum. \n
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  • Form 3 is a summary of the project narrative section 5: Evaluation and program management So.. the two areas must be aligned (RFA pg 29)\n
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  • Base the program budget on $300 multiplied by the 2008-20019 CBEDS for grades four through eight at the eligible schools you list on the Priority List of LEA’s Applicant Schools (Form 6). Do not exceed 60% of regional allocation\nInclude, as appropriate, salaries, benefits, books, materials, supplies, contracts and services, travel, capital outlay, and other operating expenditures, to be acquired with grant funding. If indirect costs are taken, use the state-approved rate (http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/ac/ic/). \nThe budget does not have to be expended equally in each of the two years (see Payment Schedule on page 13 for additional details). However, the rationale for the allocation of the budget between year one and year two must be aligned to the program implementation plan stated in the Project Narrative. \n.\n\n\nIn the Budget Narrative, provide a description of each Object of Expenditure in sufficient detail to give grant readers a complete picture of how funds will be allocated for each category for each year (See Budget Narrative examples attached to Form 5). In other words, relate what you are spending, when, and why. Include leveraged funding amounts, if applicable. A minimum of 25 percent of the total amount of the grant award must be allocated for high-quality professional development. In each applicable Object Code in the budget narrative, explain what expenditures will be allocated for the 25 percent minimum professional development requirement. \n
  • In the Budget Narrative, provide a description of each Object of Expenditure in sufficient detail to give grant readers a complete picture of how funds will be allocated for each category for each year (See Budget Narrative examples attached to Form 5). In other words, relate what you are spending, when, and why. \n
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  • List eligible applicant schools in rank order for funding.\n(NOTE: This is a one-time implementation grant for eligible schools in a district. Therefore, if an individual school has received full funding in a prior EETT C Round, that school will not be funded in this EETT C Round)\n\nUse the 4-8 2008 CBEDS at schools listed on Form 6 to determine the program budget.\nIf the LEA’s application is partially funded or the LEA’s funded application exceeds 60 percent of the regional allotment, the CDE will fund schools in the order in which the LEA prioritizes them on Form 6.\n\nThe following information is required on Form 6: \nLEA CDS Code\nLEA name\nAn LEA ranked priority list of grant funding for eligible applicant schools \nApplicant schools’ CDS Codes\nApplicant schools’ names\nDistrict funded charter school identification (if applicable)\n
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  • The Project narrative and application Forms should be aligned where appropriate…\n\nCitations should be incorporated to provide evidence that the district’s EETT C program is based on relevant research. If a bibliography is included, it will not count as part of the 25-page maximum for the narrative. \n
  • The Project narrative and application Forms should be aligned where appropriate…\n\nCitations should be incorporated to provide evidence that the district’s EETT C program is based on relevant research. If a bibliography is included, it will not count as part of the 25-page maximum for the narrative. \n
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  • Why all this evaluation & data???\n\nCollected program data is used in Semi-annual and Annual Performance Report to the CDE…. \nPurpose: to evaluate progress in meeting annual benchmarks and program impact. Share outcomes with stakeholders.(federal, state, and local) … tech enhances academic achievement…\nDisseminate best practices…\n\nSubmitted to CDE twice a year during both implementation years.\n
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  • If an application is incomplete not correctly formatted, it will not be read.\n\nIf you have more than 25 pages of narrative, anything past 25 won’t be read. You CAN include a bibliography page that will not count as part of the 25-page maximum.\n\nIf you have more than 36 lines on a page, the extra lines will be marked out and not read. \n\nIf any of the forms are missing, the application will not be read at all. \n\nUse the specified headings and sub headings in the Project Narrative section to make it easy for the readers to find the required information\n\n If charts, tables, or graphs are included, the number or lines of text on the page must be decreased to provide room for the charts, tables or graphs. Additionally, any charts or tables may not increase the word count for the page to exceed the number typically found on a page with 36 lines of text.\nAll six sections of Project Narrative must be addressed under separate headings.\n
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  • If an application is incomplete not correctly formatted, it will not be read.\n\nIf you have more than 25 pages of narrative, anything past 25 won’t be read. You CAN include a bibliography page that will not count as part of the 25-page maximum.\n\nIf you have more than 36 lines on a page, the extra lines will be marked out and not read. \n\nIf any of the forms are missing, the application will not be read at all. \n\nUse the specified headings and sub headings in the Project Narrative section to make it easy for the readers to find the required information\n\nKeep it neat and readable– one inch margins, 12 point font recommended.\nAll application pages must be submitted in print format on 8 ½ x 11 inch white paper, printed only on a single side, with one inch margins.\nAll eight required forms must be completed and included in the application set.\n\nIf the applicant lists partnerships on the Partnership and/or Consortium Applicants (Form 7), signed partnership support letters for each identified partner must be attached at the end of the application. Letters from Consortium members are not required.\nThe Project Narrative pages must be numbered and may be no more than 25 pages, including any appropriate charts, tables, or graphs, but excluding all required forms. A bibliography can be included and it will not count as part of the 25-page maximum. \nAll Project Narrative pages must include line numbers. Pages must be individually lined numbered with the first line on each page beginning with line one. \nAll Project Narrative pages may not contain more than 36 lines per page. If charts, tables, or graphs are included, the number or lines of text on the page must be decreased to provide room for the charts, tables or graphs. Additionally, any charts or tables may not increase the word count for the page to exceed the number typically found on a page with 36 lines of text.\nAll six sections of Project Narrative must be addressed under separate headings.\n\nLast year a district thought they sent it next day air, but it was sent two day air and NOT READ because it arrived one day late! \nSubmit the correct documents – have several individuals review the submission package – take the checklist in hand and check off each item\nGet it in on time – it has to be in Sacramento May 27th, not postmarked like many grants\n
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EETT- C 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • 1.  Round 9 Presented by CTAP Region 8
  • 2. Similar to other rounds◦ District or direct funded charter that serves grades 4-8◦ Rank within the top 1/3 percentage or number of students in the state living below the poverty line (http:// www.census.gov/hhes/www/saipe/ )◦ Current CDE approved technology plan  And...
  • 3. 1 or more schools identified for improvement or corrective action under No Child Left Behind orTechnology poverty defined as 10:1 student to computer –to-multimedia computer ratio or greater, or less that 50% of the classrooms connected to the Internet.Eligiblility List http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/fo/r5/eettc10rfa.asp
  • 4. Significantly reduced from prior fiscal years 5. Awards based on $300 per 4th-8th grade ◦ See Eligible Schools List http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/fo/r5/eettc10rfa.asp Projected funding for Regions is approximately $500,000 ◦ Minimum district award is 25,000 ◦ Max award about 300,000 (With no more than 60% of the regional funds allocated to that LEAs region.)
  • 5.  File an annual report for each year on performance goals, objectives and benchmarks identified on form 3 Edtech Profile pre and post test for each teacher participating in the professional development program Use of funds
  • 6.  Increasing teacher effectiveness and addressing inequities in the distribution of effective teachers through high-quality professional development Using advanced technology systems to collect, manage, and analyze data in order to track student progress Implementing technology-enhanced strategies that support rigorous college- and career-ready, internationally benchmarked standards, supplemented with high-quality assessments that are valid and reliable for all students
  • 7.  Districts that submitted the 2009 ARRA EETT C grant in Oct. 2009 may choose to substitute that score from that application for use in this Round 9 Grant ◦ LEAs will be required to submit Form 1-Application title Page and will be required to revise forms 2a, 3, 4, 5, and 6 if funded.
  • 8. Category Max ScoreA. Application Presentation 01. Program for Students 152. Professional Development 153. Expanded Access 154. Communication & Collaboration 155. Evaluation & Project Mangagement 206. Program Sustainability 107. Projected Budget Narative 10Total Score 100
  • 9. Minimum of 50 points Grouped into decile bands from scoring rubric ◦ (100-90, 89-80, 79-70, 69-60, 59-50)Ranking within decile by scoreSmall school districts will be provided priority ranking at the top of the percentage range in the decile they scored
  • 10. Answer all project narrative questions in RFA Write to the “Strong” column of Appendix G◦ Follow format Write to the rubric
  • 11.  3 installments ◦ 40% after CDE receives grant award acceptance letter ◦ 40% after CDE receives LEAs Certification of Expenditure report and filling all required EETT C program performance reports ◦ 20% after CDE receives LEAs End of Period Expenditure Report certifying that the grant award was obligated or expended in compliance with the grant conditions.
  • 12. Determine Target schools, teachers, and students Calculate total EETT C budget and set aside 25% for professional developmentReview and select hardware, peripherals, electronic learning resources and productivity resources, and data collection tools needed to support the program ◦ Resources to help: http://ctap8.org/(administrator resources)
  • 13. Assemble a planning/writing team Review RFA and Scoring criteriaContact private schools in district to participateSet Curriculum Goals Set timeline and divide responsibilities ◦ Deadline Feb. 1, 2011 on or before 5:00 PM (in Sacramento)
  • 14. Identify curricular focus area(s) Gather baseline data◦ Design a research-based EETT C program that will bridge the gap from where you are to where you want to be.◦ Set S.M.A.R.T goals to be obtained
  • 15. Form 1: Application Title Page Form 2: Project Summary (Best done last)Form 2a: Program Profile & School dataForm 2b: Small School District Addendum (if applicable)Project Narrative: 6 sections-25 page max, line numbers (not to exceed 36 lines per page) and pages must be numberedOptional: Bibliography /Citation page
  • 16. Form 3: Goals and Objectives and Data CollectionForm 4: Strategies and TimelineForm 5: Projected Budget and NarrativeForm 6: Priority List of SchoolsForm 7: Consortium and/or Partnership Applicants &signed letters of supportForm 8: Competitive Application Checklist
  • 17. 4 Required EETT C Performance GoalsGoal 1: Increased Student ProficiencyGoal 2: Increased Teacher ProficiencyGoal 3: Expanded Access to TechnologyGoal 4: Expanded School/Home/CommunityCollaboration
  • 18. Program Goals, Objectives, Benchmarks and Data Collection◦Goals: CDE defined vision-not measured◦Objectives: CDE defined measure-applicant defined growthtarget during a specified timeframe. Growth targets may not bemodified.◦Benchmarks: Applicants annual baseline data plus growthtarget equals end of year growth projection.
  • 19. Can not be modified after the application is approvedfor funding.EETT-C follow-up grant eligibility is contingent onmeeting 70% of district set growth targets for eachobjective. (set realistic growth targets for eachobjective)
  • 20. Goals 1 and 2: LEA programs focus on the same target students or teachers in Year One and Year Two have two years to meet their identified growth targets. LEA programs focusing on different target students or teachers in Year One and Year Two must meet their identified growth targets annually and add text to form 3 to clarify.
  • 21. Use data to establish baseline percentages, projectedgrowth targets, and define end of year percentages onForm 3 Write down formula used to determine growth % Establish consistent data instruments, items, and calculation methods for each objective Data for objectives measured by multiple instruments must be collected and aggregated to determine baseline figures and subsequent growth
  • 22. Collect: Baseline data that needs to be collected: Target Students’ Tech Literacy Data -www.edtechprofile.com (student survey) Target Students’ Achievement Data - Benchmark assessment or Approved textbook benchmark assessments Target Teachers’ Tech Literacy Data - www.edtechprofile.com Target Teachers’ Curriculum Integration Data/C3 Target Classroom Observation Data/C3 Target Classroom Student to Computer Ratios- Previously from California State Technology Survey or a simple spreadsheet Communication & Collaboration Data - enter your own measurable objective (Aeries, SIS, % of teachers posting grades online, etc) Data for any additional objectives applicant includes
  • 23. Form 4: Strategies & Timelines List specific strategies or actions that will be implemented to achieve each of the performance goals, objectives, and benchmarks specified on Form 3 and in the project narrative. Include beginning and ending dates for the strategies or actions List the title of the person responsible
  • 24. 2 Year budget ($300 multiplied by 2008 4-8 CBEDS at all schools listed of form 6) ◦ Funding will not exceed 60% or approximately $300,000.Specify program budget for Year 1 and Year 2. 10% or more change in spending requires LEA to submit a Budget Modification to the CDE for approval
  • 25. Report the amount to be expended and describe in detail howthe funds will be allocated in each category. Include leveraged funding, if applicableA minimum of 25% of the total 2 year grant must go tohigh-quality professional development that is relevant tothe program.
  • 26. Costs for teacher stipends for attending professional development outside of contracthours.Costs for substitute teachersCosts for salaries and benefits, stipends, or contracts for PD trainers, facilitators, andmentorsCosts for professional development workshops and conferences specified in the LEAsgrant application.Costs for materials and supplies necessary to carry out the professional developmentmay be charged, consistent with established LEA policies and practices
  • 27. HardwareInfrastructureTechnical SupportCLRN reviewed Electronic Learning ResourcesSupplies and MaterialsExpenses related to fostering communication among parents,students, teachers, and communityGrant management, coordination, evaluation,and reporting
  • 28. If partially funded, CDE will fund schools per order onform 6 Rank eligible applicant schools in order for funding 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

  • 29. The CDE Encourages mutually beneficial program partnerships. Identify LEA partnerships ◦ If consortium appication list other LEAs and direct funded charter schools int eh consortium.Include a partnership letter on partner’s letterhead
  • 30. Partnership applications are encouraged and receive acompetitive advantage in application scoringPartnerships Requirements: Proven experience with technology literacy and curriculum integration Evidence the partnership will have a positive impact on student academic achievement Work, products, strategies or services are aligned with or based upon relevant research.
  • 31. A consortium is a group of school districts and/or direct-funded charter schools.A minimum of one school district or direct fundedcharter within the consortium must be eligible to applyfor the EETT C Grant and be the designated leadagency.Only students in grades 4-8 at eligible districts anddirect funded charters within a consortium are funded at$300 per student.
  • 32. Brief partnership letter (1 page) includes: written on partner’s letter head, summarizes the role of the partnership includes how the partnership supports the program states how the partnership is mutually beneficial to the partner and LEA Must be signed by the lead contact (consortiums identify the lead school district and all school districts and/or direct-funded charter schools within the consortium)
  • 33.  The Project Narrative describes the research-based program, strategies, resources, evaluation and timelines outlined in the application forms. ◦ Provide a concise narrative description of the comprehensive EETT program you propose  Site research to support the basis Number each Project Narrative page  Maximum of 25 pages Pages must include line numbers  No more than 36 lines per page.
  • 34. Describe the LEA’s research-based Program for Students. Include relevant research citations. Describe the technology literacy and academic learning needs of target students.Describe how the LEA’s research-based Program for Students will meet the students’ identified learning needs. Must include all six sections under separate headings and subheadings that match the rubric Scoring Criteria.
  • 35.  Six Sections of the Project Narrative1. Program for Students2. Professional Development Program for Teachers3. Expand Access to Technology and Provide Technology Support4. Communication and Collaboration Among Home, School, and Community.5. Evaluation and Program Management6. Follow-up Grant & Sustainability
  • 36. Describe the LEA’s research-based Program forStudents. Include relevant research citations.Describe the technology literacy and academic learingneeds of target studentsDescribe how the LEA’s research-based Program forStudents will meet the students’ identified learningneeds.
  • 37. LEA designs their own program for students usingresearch-based strategies and State Board of Educationapproved publisher or CLRN reviewed electroniclearning resources.LEA partners with an organization such as CTAP todevelop a comprehensive program suited to thespecific learning needs of targeted students.
  • 38. All Electronic Learning Resources purchased withEETT C funds must either be: California Learning Resource Network (CLRN) reviewed electronic learning resources that meet state standards Curriculum-based electronic learning resources that are part of an State Board of Education approved K-8 program
  • 39. LEA partners with an established research-based studentprogram such as: GenYes ISTE NETS Aligned Programs Tech4Learning NetTrekker
  • 40. Describe the LEA’s research-based Program for Teachers. Includerelevant research citations.Describe the technology literacy and curriculum integration learningneeds of the teachers in the target group(s).Describe how the LEA’s research-based Professional DevelopmentProgram will meet the target teachers’ identified learning needs.LEA designs their own Professional Development program usingresearch-based strategies.LEA partners with an organization such as CTAP to develop acomprehensive Ed Tech integration program suited to their needs.
  • 41. Identify the current student-to-computer ratio used by the studentsand teachers in the target group.Identify the new electronic learning resources, infrastructure,hardware and peripherals to be acquired and describe how the newresources will support the comprehensive program.Describe how technology resources, either currently existing or tobe acquired, will be used to support data-driven decision-making.Describe how adequate technical support will be provided tosupport the district’s EETT Competitive program.
  • 42. Describe how technology will be used to establish or improve communication and collaboration among home, school and community. Describe how students’ learning needs will be supported through the use of technology for communication and collaboration. Possible areas to establish or improve on: E-mail accounts, expanded web access for teachers, students, parents, and community promote communication and sharing. Developing communication channels for partners and stakeholders to support learning opportunities Using multiple media for school / class communications…i.e., school web postings, student grades and attendance online, informational e-mails, voice-mail, newsletters. Sponsoring parent/community events that promote involvement in student learning and technology
  • 43. Describe the LEA’s evaluation plan.Who? What? When? Why? and How? will the LEA measure, collect,analyze, evaluate, and report on every required and optional objective onForm 3? Reference SETDA’s Common Data Elements.Describe the LEA’s program management or advisory group by job title,roles, and responsibilities. How often will advisory group meet and how willongoing communications with stakeholders take place?Describe the continuous data-drivenimprovement process for monitoring the impactthe comprehensive program is having on all goals.
  • 44.  Collected program data is used in Semi-annual and Annual Performance Reports to the CDE. Purpose: to evaluate progress in meeting annual benchmarks and program impact. Share outcomes with stakeholders. Submitted to CDE twice a year during both implementation years. The CDE will post the EETT C Round 8 semi-annual and annual reports on the CDE website by July 2009. Expected to be similar to Round 6 Performance Reports. http://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/et/ft/eettcomp.asp
  • 45. Describe how the Follow-Up grant ($45 per student based onoriginal grant award) will be used to help sustain or expand theEETT Competitive Round 8 program.Describe other funding sources or partnerships that may contributeto the sustainability or expansion of the EETT Competitive Round8 program, at the conclusion of the two-year grant program.
  • 46. Eligible applications will be prescreened forcompleteness and compliance with CDE requirements
  • 47. Must submit One signed (blue ink), unbound original print copy of application Three stapled print copies (must lay flat -no binders) One digital copy in MS Word or PDF format on CD labeled with LEA name (no signatures required)
  • 48. Submit in print, single sided, 8 1/2 X 11 paper, portrait orientation (except forms), 1 inch margin, 12-point font. Submit all required forms, assurances and certifications, check for signatures. (Complete and include form 8 checklist)◦ Project narrative pages must be numbered (Max 25 pages) with heading and subheadings for the 6 sections.◦ Pages must include line numbers (max 36 lines) Original copy signed in blue ink
  • 49. A signed copy of the Certification RegardingLobbying, Debartment, Suspension, and otherResponsibility Matters, and Drug-Free WorkplaceRequirementsReview and sign the EETT C Grant Conditions andAssurancesSubmit one original unbound, 3 print copies, and onee-copy of application on CD
  • 50.  Due: February 1, 2011 by 5 PM Possibility of later submittal date upon release of RFA California Department of Education Education Technology Office EETT-C Round 9 Application 1430 N Street, Suite 6308 Sacramento, CA 95814Confirmation of delivery or receipt with date/time of delivery form mail or courier service recommended. Grants will not be excepted after deadline.
  • 51.  Visit EETT-C Round 9 Webpage: http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/fo/r5/eettc10rfa.asp Review EETT-C FAQs http://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/et/ft/eettcfaqs.asp Email: Kebergen@kern.org ststansberry@kern.org www.CTAP8.org