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In the summer of 2013, Hamilton County schools and Public Education Foundation (PEF) began a 1-to-1 computing pilot project intended to provide teachers with the opportunity to transform their classrooms into innovative, collaborative, learner-centered places. The primary purpose of this evaluation is to document the implementation process of this pilot project; identify successful strategies and potential challenges in transitioning to...

In the spring of 2008, the North Carolina State Board of Education awarded a contract to the Friday Institute to conduct a 3-year evaluation of the NC 1:1 Learning Technology Initiative (NC1:1LTI) pilot schools. The overall goal of the initiative is to utilize technology to improve teaching practices, increase student achievement, and better prepare students for work, citizenship, and life...

The Leadership Framework, a tool for collecting data describing the strengths of and challenges faced by the school principal in technology innovation initiatives, allows users to identify areas for improvement and professional development.

The 1:1 Administrator Survey is a tool for collecting data describing administrators’ perceptions about teaching and learning in a 1:1 environment.

The 1:1 Classroom Teacher Survey is a tool for collecting data describing teachers’ perceptions about teaching and learning in a 1:1 environment.

The 1:1 Student Survey is a tool for collecting data describing students’ perceptions about teaching and learning in a 1:1 environment.