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Technology Planning

District planning is essential to ensure digital learning opportunities for all students and educators. The District Technology Plan is a document that guides the district in appropriating technology to teach students effectively, develop staff proficiencies, and maximize equipment usage. Although it is no longer required for districts to have a technology plan for E-rate purposes, technology plans are still important to ensure eligibility for potential future funding opportunities.

Technology is dynamic and constantly changing, requiring ongoing monitoring and updating to maximize its effectiveness. It provides the tools and devices that may be used to solve real-world problems and is a driving force that can transform the learning experience.

Services Provided to Participating Districts/ Campuses

  • 5 half-day sessions at R3
  • Collaboration with other districts
  • Plan completed for Board approval
  • Align goals/objectives with the State Board of Education’s Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2018-2023
  • Evaluation of current plan
  • Identify needs/create inventory
  • Integration of technology into current curriculum
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Mary Beth Matula

Deputy Executive Director, Technology and Information Systems