Fifteen Idaho schools will share $3 million in state funding for the second round of Idaho Technology Pilot grants. All told, 99 schools applied, seeking more than $26 million in funding.
Schools have proposed more than $26 million worth of technology pilot projects. The State Department of Education has $3 million in grant money at its disposal.
Talking technology pilot projects — and a little bit about the superintendent’s race — with Michelle Edmonds of KIVI and KNIN. And talking politics — and a certain debate — on this week’s “Idaho Reports.”
The State Department of Education will host webinars this week for school officials hoping to apply for a share of $3 million in technology pilot grants.
The state has another $3 million up for grabs for school technology pilot projects. The application period opened Wednesday; the deadline is June 11.
Students from three Idaho schools demonstrated how they are sharing $3 million in state funding to test technology devices in their classrooms.
Expect legislative hearings on the 11 technology pilot projects — and their performance so far.
Luna’s budget would make another $3 million available.
Meridian charter school takes a long view of reinventing learning.
Interactive whiteboards are the centerpiece of a Moscow technology pilot.