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ESEA: Educational Technology State Grants - 2004

CFDA Numbers: 84.318 - Technology Literacy Challenge Fund Grants
84.318X - Enhancing Education Through Technology


Program Goal: To facilitate the comprehensive and integrated use of educational technology into instruction and curricula to improve teaching and student achievement.
Objective 8.1 of 3: Fully integrate technology into the curricula and instruction in all schools by December 31, 2006 (FY 2007) to enhance teaching and learning.
Indicator 8.1.1 of 1: Curriculum Integration: The percentage of districts receiving substantial EETT funds that have effectively and fully integrated technology, as identified by States.
Targets and Performance Data Assessment of Progress Sources and Data Quality
Percentage of schools receiving substantial EETT funds that have integrated technology.
Year Actual Performance Performance Targets
2004
 
999


Explanation: FY 2004 data will provide the baseline (the code for setting a baseline is 999); The performance targets for FY 2005 and 2006 are set at an annual 1% increase to the baseline.  
Source: Other
Other: National Evaluation.
Sponsor: PPSS - National Educational Technology Trends Study (NETTS)..
Date Sponsored: 06/06/2003.

Frequency: Annually.
Collection Period: 2003 - 2004
Data Available: November 2005

 

Objective 8.2 of 3: To help ensure that students and teachers in high-poverty, high-need schools have comparable access to educational technology as students and teachers in other schools.
Indicator 8.2.1 of 1: Internet access in high poverty schools: Internet access in high-poverty school classrooms will be comparable to that in other schools.
Targets and Performance Data Assessment of Progress Sources and Data Quality
Percentage of classrooms with internet access.
Year Actual Performance Performance Targets
 
Low-poverty schools High-poverty schools
Low-poverty schools High-poverty schools
1999
73 38
   
2000
82 60
100 100
2001
90 79
100 100
2002
   
100 100
2003
   
100 100
2004
   
100 100


Explanation: The number of high-poverty schools with Internet access continues to rise. As high-poverty schools increasingly obtain access to the Internet, it is likely that their classroom connections will subsequently increase.  
Source: NCES Survey/Assessment
Survey/Assessment: Fast Response Survey System.
References: NCES Survey: Internet Access in U. S. Public Schools and Classrooms: 1994-2002..

Additional Source Information: PPSS - National Educational Technology Trends Study (NETTS).

Frequency: Annually.
Collection Period: 2002 - 2003
Data Available: December 2004

Limitations: Poverty measures are based on data on free and reduced-price lunches, which may underestimate school poverty levels, particularly for older students and immigrant students.

 

Objective 8.3 of 3: To provide professional development opportunities for teachers, principals and school administrators to develop capacity to effectively integrate the use of technology into teaching and learning.
Indicator 8.3.1 of 1: Professional Development: In districts that receive substantial funding from the State Grants program, the percentage of teachers that meet their state technology standards will increase.
Targets and Performance Data Assessment of Progress Sources and Data Quality
Percentage of teachers that meet state technology standards
Year Actual Performance Performance Targets
2004
 
999


Explanation: FY 2004 data will provide the baseline (the code for setting a baseline is 999).  
Source: Other
Other: National Evaluation.
Sponsor: SRI - National Educational Technology Trends Study (NETTS)..
Date Sponsored: 06/06/2003.

Additional Source Information: Consolidated State Performance Report

Frequency: Annually.
Collection Period: 2003 - 2004
Data Available: November 2005

 

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