Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) Resources
This page is intended to provide links to resources made available by some educational agencies to help school district EETT grant planners in their application planning and development. More resources will be added as they become available. The resources listed here are NCLB-specific. Other useful resources concerning educational technology are found under OCIS Resources.
SEDTA's 2007 National Trends Report
The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) has released its SETDA’s National Trends Report 2007 which contains information from the surveys completed by Fifty States and DC on the impact of NCLB’s Title IID, Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) program, representing 99% of the federal dollars for educational technology allocated across the country in 2005-2006.
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.
NEIRTEC's Technology Briefs for NCLB - EETT Planners
Northeast and Islands Regional Technology Consortium (NEIRTEC) has made available an important free tool to help NCLB EETT planners with their application and planning process. Topics in their Technology Briefs include: strategies for improving academic achievement and teacher effectiveness, parental involvement, professional development and accountability measures.
ESEA-NCLB Elementary & Secondary Education Act
This website includes the Public Law print of PL 07-110, the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 as well as many regulations and policy guidance related to Elementary and Secondary Education.
ISTE's Center for Applied Research in Educational Technology
ISTE's Center for Applied Research in Educational Technology (CARET) has been active in bridging education technology research to practice and providing answers to various type of questions regarding evidence-based practice and implementation.
Sharing Success is the New York State Education Department's statewide system for identifying and disseminating successful educational programs and practices. During the past 8 years over 13,000 locations have replicated a New York State validated program. As a result, more than 39,000 practitioners have been trained impacting over 2 million learners. School districts, adult education sites, or non-profit organizations can adopt one or more of the programs profiled (over 4000) on this site which is updated daily.
The Regional Educational Laboratory Program (the "Lab Program")
This program is the U.S. Department of Education's largest research and development investment designed to help educators, policy makers, and communities improve schools and help all students attain their full potential. The network of 10 Regional Laboratories works to ensure that those involved in educational improvement at the local, state and regional levels have access to the best available research and knowledge from practice. The Laboratories also want to ensure that information about exemplary and promising programs as well as other important lessons about school reform developed or learned in one site can be appropriately applied elsewhere.
This is a non profit organization which offers programs designed to advance education through the use of technology.
Educators Can Use The NCSA’s K-12 Cyber Security Awareness Toolkit
Educating our youth on how to avoid cyber criminals is extremely important for their own safety and understanding on how to be good cyber citizens. As a way to raise student’s cyber security and safety awareness, we’re asking educators to show NCSA’s Cyber Security Basics DVD in their classes.