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The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at NC State University, in collaboration with policymakers, education leaders, practitioners, business leaders and other partners from throughout the state, is developing the North Carolina Digital Learning Plan to continue and accelerate North Carolina’s progress. To learn more about the plan and view the latest policy briefs, please visit http://ncdlplan.fi.ncsu.edu Example of Recent Product(s) AEA...

The U.S. Department of Labor in partnership with the Department of Education developed the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) program to provide eligible institutions of higher education with funds to expand and improve their ability to deliver 2-year career training programs that prepare program participants for employment in specialized fields. In April 2013 the Mission Critical...

Headquartered in Chapel Hill, NC, VIF International Education (www.vifprogram.com) builds global education programs that prepare students for success in an interconnected world. For more than 25 years, educators have leveraged VIF’s professional development and curriculum, language acquisition, and teacher exchange programs to generate engaging learning environments where students can excel in core curriculum as well as develop valuable 21st century...

LoFTI is an observation tool for recording the extent of technology integration in a classroom environment. The data gathered through this instrument may be helpful to staff members planning and/or providing professional development in instructional technology.

The School Technology Needs Assessment (STNA, pronounced “Stenna”) is intended to help school-level decision makers—administrators, technology facilitators, media coordinators, or technology committee members— collect data to plan and improve uses of technology in teaching and learning activities.

The STNA-S collects information from students about the technology resources in their schools, how students and teachers use technology, students’ technology skills, and the benefits of technology use. More specifically, STNA-S is expected to uncover student perceptions of eight constructs: resource availability, infrastructure, technology support, teacher technology use, student technology use, student technology skills, impacts of technology, and development of...

The Technology Skills Checklist Grades 3-5 is a tool for assessing students’ perceptions of their computer skills and computer use in their classroom.

The Technology Skills Checklist 6-12 is a tool for assessing students’ perceptions of and beliefs about their computer skills, computer use in their classroom, and the impact of computers on students.