Note: The due date for the request for applications has passed. This page is for reference and administration of funding.
The primary goal of the Enhancing Education Through Technology Competitive (EETT C) grant program is to improve student achievement of the state content standards and technology literacy in grades four through eight with expanded access to technology, electronic resources, professional development, and enhanced communications.
Program Questions: William Fong, e-mail: email@example.com, tel. 916-322-5894
Downloading Questions: Education Technology Office, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. 916-323-5715
|Competitive Eligibility Requirements||Detailed information about the eligibility requirements|
|District Eligible Schools Listing
(XLS; 85KB; 8pp)
|Listing of eligible district and direct-funded charter schools|
Technology Plan Requirement
|District Technology Plan Status||
A current state-approved LEA technology plan is required to receive EETT funding. Visit this site to check the technology plan status of a county, district, or direct-funded charter school
|CTAP Technology Plan Coordinators||Please contact your CTAP coordinator for assistance in developing, revising, and uploading a technology plan for state level approval|
|EETT Competitive Round 9 Letter||An EETT C letter from the CDE Deputy Superintendent of the Assessment and Accountability Branch to eligible superintendents announcing the posting of the Round 9 RFA and providing general information and instructions about applying for Round 9 grants|
(DOC; 860KB; 56pp.)
|EETT C Round 9 request for applications from districts and direct funded charter schools serving grades four through eight
Note: Applications are due at the CDE on February 1, 2011, by 5 p.m.
||Frequently Asked Questions for EETT Competitive Grants pertaining to the application, eligibility, technology plans, and private schools|
Information about Indirect Cost Rates
|EETT Competitive Reporting Forms
||Required Reporting Forms for EETT C|