Long Range Plan for Technology
District planning is essential to ensure digital learning opportunities for all students and educators. The State Board of Education's Long Range Plan for TechnologyÌýprovides recommendations to support district and campus planning.Ìý
- Long Range Plan for Technology Resource Center
- Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2018-2023Ìý(±Ê¶Ù¹ó)
- Revised and Extended Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2018-2025Ìý
- LRPT Webinar slidesÌý
Classroom Connectivity Initiative
In 2016, Mike Morath, Commissioner of Education and Governor Greg Abbott established the Classroom Connectivity Initiative to assist school districts and charter schools in improving connectivity in Texas public schools. This includes increasing access to broadband networking and expanding the use of Wi-Fi in classroom across the state.
Classroom Connectivity was successful and has ended in 2020.
The E-rate program, created by the Federal Communications Commission,Ìýprovides schools and libraries affordable access to advanced telecommunications services.
Districts may also use their Instructional Materials AllotmentÌýto fund technology.
The state compiles many resources that support digital learning for students and educators.
Educational technology resourcesÌýare available to schools to assist with planning.