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  • 1. Clinkscale Elementary School 2010-2011
  • 2. Agenda
    • What is E-Rate?
    • Tell me more!
    • What are schools responsible for?
    • Funding?
    • Did somebody say discounts?
    • It all starts with a plan!
    • What’s in a plan?
    • Conclusion & Questions
  • 3. What is E-Rate?
    • It provides discounts to assist most schools & libraries in the US to obtain affordable telecommunications and Internet access
    • Administered by Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) under direction of Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
  • 4. Tell me more!
    • Program supports connectivity - the conduit or pipeline for communications using telecommunications services and/or the Internet.
    • The school or library is responsible for providing additional resources such as the end-user equipment (computers, telephones, and the like), software, professional development, and the other elements that are necessary to realize the objectives of that connectivity
  • 5. What are schools responsible for?
    • The school or library is responsible for providing additional resources such as the end-user equipment (computers, telephones, etc.), software, professional development, and other elements that are necessary to realize the objectives of that connectivity
  • 6. Funding
    • Four funding categories:
      • telecommunications services
      • Internet access
      • internal connections
      • basic maintenance of internal connections
  • 7. Did somebody say discounts?
    • Discounts range from 20% to 90% of the costs of eligible services
    • Discounts depend on the level of poverty and the urban/rural status of the population served.
  • 8. It all starts with a plan!
    • School districts must begin the application process by creating and submitting a technology plan.
    • This plan includes how technology will be used to achieve specific curriculum goals or library service improvements.
  • 9. What’s in a plan?
    • The plan must include:
      • Clear goals and a realistic strategy for using telecommunications and information technology
      • A professional development strategy to ensure that staff know how to use the new technologies
  • 10. Plan continued
      • An assessment of the telecommunication services, hardware, software, and other services needed
      • An evaluation process that enables the school or library to monitor progress toward the specified goals.
      • Access our district technology plan here !
  • 11. Conclusion & Questions
    • Conclusion
    • Questions and Answers
    • Where can I get more information?
      • Click here !