07/01/2004


SETDA

North Carolina: Tweaking Common Professional Development Models for Added Value


Virginia: Getting Ready for Online Testing


South Dakota: Linking Data Collection & Professional Learning at the Britton-Hecla SD


West Virginia: Technology Leadership at the District Level: A Look at the Monongalia County School District


Pennsylvania: Technology's Potential, Promise for Enhancing Student Learning


Massachusetts: Systemic Planning & Appropriate Tools Lead Massachusetts School Districts Toward Full Integration of Technology, Increased Student Achievement


Tennessee: EdTech Launch Grant Enhances East Lincoln Elementary School's Learning Environment With Technology Resources


Data-Driven Decision-Making Introduction


Sharing State, District Best Practices


Tennessee: BEACONS Project Gets Blue Springs Elementary On the Road to True Technology Integration


Illinois: Building Support for Illinois' 'Digital Age Learning' Technology Plan


Technology Integration Introduction


Idaho: From Dreams to Reality: The Idaho Student Information Management System


SETDA Profile


Virginia: Data Warehouse Helps Hanover County Public Schools Raise Student Achiev


Massachusetts: Virtual Education Space Provides Valuable Tools for Springfield Public Schools


Building a Technology-Rich Community


Maine: Maine Learns'


Leadership & Advocacy Introduction


Maine: Maine Learning Technology Initiative Transforms Teaching and Learning at Freeport Middle School


South Dakota: A South Dakota Report Card: Results From the ISTE/LOFTI Teacher Profile


Professional Development Introduction


Texas: Meeting the Technology Integration Challenge in Texas Schools


SETDA: Professional Development for Professional Developers


Tennessee: Technology Coaches in the Workplace: Professional Development Takes a New Spin in Tennessee


North Carolina: Preloading Professional Development to Ensure Potential Success


Pennsylvania: Penn-Delco School District Reaches Its Goals by Holding Fast to Technology Vi


Idaho: Swimming in a Sea of Data


Texas: Klein ISD Moves From Learning to Use Technology to Using Technology to Learn


Tennessee: Westside School Celebrates the Successful Infusion of Technology into State Curriculum


West Virginia: Integrating Technology to Improve Student Learning


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