Funding and Acquisition

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This SETDA Report mapps the acquisition of digital instructional materials in all 50 states and identifies the steps necessary for successful acquisition and implementation of resources that support digital learning: 1- Essential Conditions (Leadership, Equity of Access,Accessibility for all students, Interoperability and Students Data privacy), 2-State Acquisition Policies; 3- Funding...

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Assistive technology (AT) comes in many shapes and sizes, and for students with disabilities, it has the capacity to open many doors. However, with tight budgets and limited funds many districts are challenged to find the funding to provide AT to qualifying students. This article provides a variety of AT...

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Part of the Technology Implementation Strategies That Work! , Unit 4, this video provides insights into how one school in Arizona uses both high tech and low tech solutions to stretch their budget.

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Part of the online course Technology Implementation Strategies that Work! - Unit 4, this video discusses drafting a comprehensive multi-year technology budget based on the identified needs.

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This resource is a supplement to the Learning Center course, Technology Implementation Strategies That Work. This material, Develop Your Communication Plan, is a Learning Activity, from Unit 2, Video 2.

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We had the opportunity to speak with Ruth Ziolkowski, President and CEO of the well-known assistive technology company Don Johnston, Inc. Ruth has worked with Don Johnston since 1987 and many of her insights into the AT field have been influenced by him. In this issue, Ruth shares her experience...

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In the U.S. public education system, no one is more on the front lines of the technology revolution than the chief information officers of school districts large and small. They are generals in the battle for the budgets needed to make our schools competitive in a high-tech world. Theirs is...

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