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|This official website of the Arkansas Department of Education features state programs for reading and math achievement and provides a directory of programs with contacts for administrators, parents, teachers. There is also information about rules and regulations for the state of Arkansas. A must link for anyone in education in Arkansas.|
|The California Open Source Textbook Project (COSTP) is a collaborative, public/private undertaking. It has been created to address the high cost, content range, and consistent shortages of K-12 textbooks in California. COSTP will employ the advantages of open sourced content and innovative licensing tools to significantly reduce California's K-12 textbook costs — eventually turning K-12 curriculum and textbook construction from a cost into a revenue generator for the State of California.|
|This non-profit is a place for teachers to find grants and lesson plans on using technology. Teachers simply create wish lists of needed technology products. It is also a place for the community to browse classrooms and provide resources and funding to teachers in need.|
|Are you looking for up-to-date information about E-Rate and/or other initiatives from the FCC? This site is an excellent place to start. In addition to current information about E-Rate and Universal Service, there are links to other educational sites and to the Schools and Libraries Division (SLD) Home Page.|
|This is the official site of the Settlement Claims Administrator for the Microsoft-California Education Technology K-12 Voucher Program. Check with the Settlement Claims Administrator to determine if purchases you intend to make will, in fact, be eligible for reimbursement under the program.|
|A result of the state's Microsoft settlement, California's Education Technology K-12 Voucher Program is a major source of technology funding. TICAL cadre member Stephen Vaughn prepared this brief guide to help administrators understand some of the key features of the program.|
|This is a great resource for school districts and county offices of education. Located on this site are many resources that can be of use to administrators in financial and policy areas. The mission of the Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistance Team is to help California's local educational agencies fulfill their financial and management responsibilities by providing fiscal advice, management assistance, training and other related school business services.|
|Are you looking for ways to stretch your technology budget? Take a look at the FundingFactory Recycling Program. This program allows you to recycle empty computer inkjet and laser cartridges and old cell phones, turning this trash into equipment or cash. This free, all-inclusive fund raising alternative does not involve selling. What a great way to teach recycling to students and reap benefits for the school at the same time!|
|The Funding Opportunities page of the California Department of Education web site lists all current funding sources available to schools with availability and due dates. On this page you may also sign up for automatic E-mail notification of new and updated funding information.|
|Are you looking for links for fund raising, grant opportunities, how to write a grant and much more? Check this site. It has sixteen active channels to search for grants including technology and school grants.|