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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.|
|This site offers a vast amount of financial data on Arkansas public schools such as categorical program, cycle, and statistical reports.|
|This site contains practical information for school principals. The Awesome Library provides only resources that have been reviewed and found to be of high quality for its users.|
|The development of interactive maps that "tell a story" just got very simple. Simply do a query such as free and reduced students, export that data into a program like Batchgeo.com, and you will have a map with where all those students live. Our district has used this for free and reduced, suspensions, attendance boundaries, bus stops and board member areas. Very simple and fast.|
|Need a helping hand as you wade through the eRate process? This website canhelp with the application process. Recent developments, articles, reports and research and resources are all part of this site. Check it out!|
|The California Learning Resource Network (CLRN) reviewed several digital textbooks to determine which content standards were met in each textbook. This page provides links to each publisher's textbook and the number of standards that were met. You can also access the entire Free Digital Textbook Initiative Report published in August of 2009.|
|2006-2007 was a great year for funding special projects, that is if you know the strings attached, how the funds are calculated and if you qualify. How does an administrator figure out what monies are available this year for technology projects? Here is a great resource created by our friends in the Arvin Union School District, Bakersfield, CA. Calculations, explanations and more can be found on this user friendly spreadsheet. Impress you business department with the amount of knowledge gained from this resource. Knowledge is power. Post 2006-2007, use this as a template for creating your own customized version with current year data.|
|Do you still have teachers submitting requests for supplies or room scheduling through email or paper forms? How are you keeping track of teachers’ usage? This Google Form template is a simple form to send to your staff in which they can enter equipment, supplies such as paper, markers, paper clips, pencils, projector bulbs, cables, etc. and quantities they need. You can then have support staff review the list and send supplies down immediately. You can then keep track on teacher usuage all on one spreadsheet. Also included are room requests so you can work with staff to schedule rooms such multipurpose rooms, library, and more!|
|Susan Brooks-Young developed this easy-to-use tool that school districts and sites may download and use to identify upfront hidden costs of hardware and software. To access the tool, click on the URL and scroll down to the appropriate document link.|
|Susan Brooks-Young developed this easy-to-use tool that school districts and sites may download and use to identify ongoing hidden costs related to hardware and software purchases. To access the tool, click on the URL and scroll down to the appropriate document link.|