E-Rate and VVISD Technology Plan

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E-Rate and VVISD Technology Plan

  1. 1. Adriana Zavala: 1-30-2012
  2. 2. INCOME Measured by % of URBAN LOCATION Rural Location students eligible for the National School Lunch Program E-Rate Discount E-Rate DiscountIf the percentage of students in ...and the school is in an ...and the school is in a RURALthe school qualifying for the URBAN area, the E-rate area, the E-rate discount willNational School Lunch Program discount will be... be...is... Less than 1% 20% 25% 1% to 19% 40% 50% 20% to 34% 50% 60% 35% to 49% 60% 70% 50% to 74% 80% 80% 75% to 100% 90% 90%
  3. 3. Eligible Services Ineligible ServicesBasic phone service, which includes local Voicemailand long distance (toll) service Online contentLeased data circuits Professional development trainingT-1, 56K, ISDN lines Software (see, Eligible InternalDial-up Internet access Connections)Direct Internet connectionsEmail
  4. 4. Eligible Internal Connections Ineligible Internal ConnectionsTelecommunications wiring Personal computersRouters FAX machinesSwitches Modems in personal computersHubs Electrical wiringNetwork Servers Asbestos removalCertain system operating software CamerasWireless LANsInstallation & basic maintenancePrivate Branch Exchange (PBX)
  5. 5. Source: http://www.e-rateservices.com/e-rate-process-overview.shtml
  6. 6. Sources:http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/oii/nonpublic/erate.htmlhttp://www.usac.org/sl/
  7. 7. Goal 1: 95% of the students by the end of 2012-2013; 100% of the students by the end of 2013-2014 will be able to use technology to communicate effectively andcreatively through the development of critical thinking, and information processing skills.Objective 1.1: All campuses will incorporate instructional strategies that require use of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) through the implementation and integration of technologyapplications. Budget Amount $1,035,537.00 LRPT Category: Teaching and Learning E-Rate Correlates: ER01, ER02 NCLB Correlates: 01,02,03,04a,04b,05,06,07,08,09,10,11,12Strategies State/Status: Timeline: Person(s) Responsible: Evidence:1.1.1: The District Technology State: Original 2012-2015 Classroom Teacher Evidence of Technology Curriculum will be Status: In Progress Daily Campus Principal integration activities in integrated into core Curriculum Department lesson plans. Percent of content areas to address Special Funds Director students demonstrating and meet Chapter 126. mastery of STAAR Texas Essential objectives. Student Knowledge and Skills for Inventories. Technology Applications Grade level check list to LEA LRPT Correlates: demonstrate mastery of EP01, EP02, EP03, EP04, student performance. EP05, LAS01, LAS02, LAS03, LAS04, LAS05, LAS07, LAS08, LAS10, LAS12, LAS12, TL01, TL04, TL05,TL06,TL07, TL08, TL09, TL10, TL11, TL12, TL13,TL14, TL15, TL16

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