Forty-two states have established technology standards for their students, and twenty-seven have enacted minimum standards for teachers' technology use in the classroom, a report finds.
Published by the U.S. Department of Education, the report is the first installment of a multiyear evaluation that examines the implementation of the federal Enhancing Education Through Technology program, which was designed to modernize schools and integrate technology into public education. It includes data from surveys of state and district educational technology directors in 2004 and 2005 and case studies from six states.
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- Charter School Operator
- Options PCS, Multiple Locations
- Director of Secondary Education
- Minneapolis Public Schools, MN
- Principal-Multiple Vacancies
- Polk County Schools, Bartow, FL
- Senior Director, Business Development and Education Services
- Foundations, Inc., Mount Laurel, NJ
- Director, Accountability and Research
- Orange County Public Schools, Orlando, FL