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|Much technology funding comes from grants (e.g. EETT competitive). Here are 10 practical tips to keep in mind when writing grant proposals.|
|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.|
|Up-to-date information on E-rate matters, sponsored by the State E-Rate Coordinators' Alliance (SECA).|
|Here's the official California E-rate page!|
|EdSource provides policy makers, researchers, K-12 and college educators, the media, parents, and the general public with important foundation information about assessment, accountability, finance, standards, and other areas where school administrators need to stay current. The organization is non-profit and does not advocate or lobby.|
|Need funding for technology? Find the most current official information on California's Education Technology K-12 Voucher Program. This program is a result of California's Microsoft settlement.|
|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.|
|Like it or not, we still depend heavily on grants for technology funding. The George Lucas Educational Foundation's Edutopia site maintains an excellent inventory of grant opportunities from both government and private sources.|
|Many federal grant programs allow expenditures for educational technology. At this site you can search for grants in various categories and you can also sign up to be notified of new federal grants as they are opened for applications.|
|Are you interested in the detailed funding guidelines for the Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) Program? Here they are in one downloadable document! EETT consolidates the previous Technology Literacy Challenge Fund program and the Technology Innovative Challenge Grant program into a single state formula grant program (ESEA Title II, Part D). (NCLB) Although the publication date is 2002, this is the most recent document of this type posted on the USDOE web site.|