In an effort to provide leadership for educational improvement, innovation, and qualitative instructional technology growth districts have access to a variety of technology services. CESA 9 school districts also are encouraged to contact us for individualized technology needs and service requests any time throughout the school year.
To discover what is going on with the Wisconsin Google Apps for Education check out the CESA 9 Wisconsin Google Apps for Education page.
Direct Purchased Services include:
- Technology Plan Development
- E-Rate Application Service
- Educational Technology Grant
- Educational Materials
- Wisconsin Virtual School (WVS)
Advanced Placement (20 courses, exam reviews, and course tools)
High School Courses (70+ core content and electives)
Middle School Courses
Online Test Prep for ACT, SAT, and PSAT
- Instructional Technology Services
Represent and advocate for CESA #9 schools on the CESA Instructional Services Council (CITSC) with DPI, DOA, ECB, and other CESA Consultants.
Represent and advocate for CESA #9 schools regarding federal programs and initiatives including the Universal Service E-Rate.
Coordinate collaborative networking sessions for district technology coordinators from CESA #9.
Facilitate a User Group on targeted needs of system administrators/technicians.
Provide timely update information related to technology planning, Title II D allocations, educational technology grants and funding opportunities.
Convene consortia members and coordinate technology-related grant writing.
Support individual and inter-district teacher inservice and training programs related to technology-based solution and effective integration into standards-based curricula
The National Educational Technology Plan outlines seven recommendations for policy makers and school leaders to consider:
- Strengthen ed-tech leadership at the state and local levels;
- Consider innovative budgeting;
- Improve teacher training;
- Support eLearning and virtual schooling initiatives;
- Encourage broadband access;
- Move toward digital content; and
- Integrate data systems
The full text of the National Education Technology Plan is available at www.ed.gov/technology/plan. You can visit www.nationaledtechplan.org for more information and an action plan to carry out the seven technology recommendations.
Please contact us to assist your district and staff with their technology needs.
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction- Instructional Media and Technology Team (IMTT)
Contact: Archie Barribeau
Director of Technology & Digital Learning