EdTech

Educational Design and Technology

Title II/Ed Tech Program Funds

The total allocation of Title II Part D - Ed Tech Program for New York State is around $24.5 for the year of 2007-08. Ninety-five percent of the funds will be made available to eligible Local education agencies (LEA) and their partners.   About $11.7 million will be distributed to eligible LEAs through Title I Part A formula and the remaining $11.7 will be available through open competition with the focus on helping high need schools improve their student academic performance through technology integration.  For the formula funds, LEAs will apply through their consolidated application for their allocations.  

Purposes of the Allocation Funds Program
Goals of the Competitive Grant Program

The Consolidated Application for NCLB/Title II Part D: Enhancing Education through Technology (EETT) 2008-09 funds requires applicants to complete the online checklist form as the Title IID Progress Report, with new data elements requirement. Applicants must complete the online form and submit a paper copy of the completed form together with other required application docments including budget form (FS-10) and supporting budget narrative.

New York State EETT Competitive Grant Recipients (2008-09)
The second round of Enhancing Education through Technology (EETT) Competitive Grant Awards have been granted to 28 consortia throughout New York State. The theme-based education technology projects are funded for two years to promote technology integration into curriculum and instruction from January, 2008 to December, 2009.

NCLB/Title II Part D 2007-08 Allocation Funds for Eligible LEAs are posted online.
Title II D 2007-08 allocations for New York State school districts and charter schools are available online. The allocations are determined by the State Education Department based on requirements set forth in the NCLB legislation.

2006-07 NCLB/Title II Part D Allocation Funds are posted online.
Title II D 2006-07 allocations for New York State school districts and charter schools are available online. The allocations are determined by the State Education Department based on requirements set forth in the NCLB legislation.  

For more information on program guideline and resources for Ed Tech Program (Title II D/EETT),

visit NYSED Guide

Last Updated: September 29, 2010