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California Technology Assistance Project The California Technology Assistance Project (CTAP) is a statewide technical assistance program, funded by the California Department of Education (CDE). Intended to promote the effective use of technology in teaching, learning and school administration, CTAP provides assistance to schools and districts based upon local needs in each of 11 regions in California. Each region has developed and implemented a three year plan (July 2005—June 2008) to provide technology assistance in four key areas: Move your mouse pointer over the regions on the map to view regional directors and the counties they serve. Professional development and learning resources to use technology as a tool to improve teaching and learning. Professional development and support for hardware and telecommunications infrastructure design, implementation, and sustainability. Professional development and support to use technology as a tool to improve school management, including pupil record-keeping and tracking for pupil instruction and data-driven decision making. Funding and Coordination with other Federal, State, and local programs CDE encourages schools, districts and county offices of education to contact their regional CTAP staff for assistance integrating technology into their curriculum, using technology to support school management and furthering professional development. In the past, CTAP regions have provided support for AB1339, Staff Development Grants for Grades 4-8, AB2882, Educational Technology Program for High Schools, and the Technology Literacy Challenge Grant program. During the current year, CTAP regions are helping districts develop technology plans that meet the State Board of Education (SBE) guidelines so that they may apply for federal funds available for technology as part of the No Child Left Behind legislation’s Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) program.

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