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Microsoft Education Technology K-12 Voucher Program


Note: The due date for the request for applications has passed. This page is for reference and administration of funding.

Education Technology K-12 Vouchers are the result of the Settlement Agreement between California consumers and the Microsoft Corporation. The vouchers are to be used to assist districts to implement and support their state-approved district technology plans designed to foster effective teaching and promote student achievement in eligible schools that serve students in kindergarten through grade twelve. The vouchers can be redeemed for a variety of goods and services and may be used for any computer platform that the school or district specifies. The vouchers will be in the form of 50 percent General Purpose Vouchers and 50 percent Specific Category Software Vouchers. The California Department of Education is providing services for the settlement claims administrator, selected by the court, that is managing the private funding for the vouchers.

Program Questions: Michael Kryshak, e-mail: mkryshak@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-319-0260

Downloading Questions: Education Data Office, e-mail: edtechvoucher@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-445-9394

Document Description
School Eligibility List Listing by LEA of all eligible schools, potentially eligible high schools, and the estimated funding levels.
List of Schools Receiving Additional Funding in January 2015 (XLS) Listing of all eligible schools, potentially eligible high schools, and the estimated funding levels.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) pertaining to the status of the settlement, application information, eligibility, and the use of the vouchers.

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Last Reviewed: Thursday, June 2, 2016
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