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State Technology Standards

September 03, 2003 1 min read
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The National Education Technology Standards, or NETS, outline the technology skills students, teachers, and administrators should possess. The chart below shows states that are using NETS.

Kentucky * * * Texas

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Louisiana * * * Utah

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Maine Vermont * * *
Maryland * * Virginia

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Massachusetts * * Washington * * *
Michigan * * * West Virginia * * *
Minnesota * * * Wisconsin * *
Mississippi * * * Wyoming *
Missouri * * *
* Adopted, adapted, or aligned with NETS
# North Carolina crafted its own technology standards before the NETS were published.

[S] Students [T] Teachers [A] Administrators

S T A S T A
Alabama * * * Montana
Alaska Nebraska * * *
Arizona * * * Nevada

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Arkansas * * * New Hampshire * *
California New Jersey * * *
Colorado * * New Mexico

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Connecticut * * * New York * * *
Delaware * * * North Carolina

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*

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District of Columbia * North Dakota * *
Florida * * Ohio * *
Georgia * * Oklahoma

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Hawaii * Oregon * *
Idaho

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Pennsylvania

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Illinois * * * Rhode Island

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Indiana South Carolina * *
Iowa South Dakota * *
Kansas * * * Tennessee

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SOURCE: International Society for Technology in Education

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