Posts tagged with EETT

EETT, that light at the end of the tunnel is looking less like a train…

May28

As many of my readers know from earlier posts,  the road to getting EETT ARRA funds out in California has been anything but smooth. Some progress has been made in hearings yesterday at the State Capitol.  This shift on some of the key issues was not just a result of events yesterday, but due to […]

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May 12, 2010 Tweet and Blog for Ed Tech

May12

ISTE is asking bloggers, like myself, to share the word about keeping funding for ed tech in the federal education budget. Here is what is happening… As part of the re-authorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (which became known as NCLB — No Child Left Behind), the current administration is proposing the direct […]

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EETT, turning the corner?

May5

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of rushing from doing a small group administration of STAR testing to…my state Capitol, to testify on behalf of keeping EETT ARRA funding my state received for education technology in the classroom, and formula grants to districts. For the first time, it looks like the there is movement in a […]

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EETT, where art thou?

April29

Background: On Thursday, the California State Senate Budget Subcommittee #1 on Education held a hearing that discussed the EETT ARRA money the state has received, but not spent. This was not an “action” item, but simply held for informational purposes. It’s a pain to view the hearing because there is NO fast forward and the […]

As the EETT ARRA Funding Turns…

April23

I know, another episode, and still reason is being overrun by, I’m not quite sure what, but your help is needed. Here is how things stand… The Assembly Subcommittee #2 on school finance will have a hearing next Tuesday, April 27 on the matter. At the pre-hearing meeting yesterday, members still seemed to feel they […]

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