In regard to NCLB components, I was also wondering whether teacher
"computer literacy" was been defined.
On Tuesday, May 25, 2004, at 12:23 PM, Pam Holley wrote:
> We have nearly completed a draft of our local technology plan with
> objectives and a timeline of strategies.
> Is the template required for local tech plan submissions?
> Where will we find the NCLBA components and Indicators? Are they the
> same as
> the State Tech Plan requirements on the
> VT DOE website?
> Pam Holley
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> Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 2004 11:35 AM
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> Subject: IMPORTANT: State and Local Ed Tech planning
> Hi all -
> There are two important documents posted for review at:
> The first document is a draft of the Vermont Educational Technology
> This draft was reviewed by the State Board of Education on May 18th. A
> version of the plan will be brought to the Board for their acceptance
> June 9th. We have been fortunate to have so much interest in this plan
> educators in Vermont. Not only have dozens of individuals become
> involved in
> creating the plan, scores of others contributed through the ILN
> held last fall.
> The second document is a draft of the instructions and template for
> planning. This template is based on the transtional technology plan
> completed by most Vermont schools two years ago. NOTE several changes:
> Supervisory unions will be able to submit a plan for all schools in
> the SU,
> but only if certain conditions are met. In addition, the due date for
> submission is different for schools that will apply for E-Rate
> than for schools that will not participate in E-Rate.
> Your comments on both drafts are appreciated.
> Bill Romond
> Educational Technology Coordinator
> Vermont Department of Education
> 120 State Street
> Montpelier, VT 05620-2501
> (802) 828-0064 (V)
> (802) 828-3140 (F)
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