Information Technology

 

Technology in education is not new: Experiments using computers in the classroom date back to the 1960s. What is new

is the ubiquity of sophisticated, relatively low-cost digital technology in daily life and work.

(Expanding Evidence Approaches for Learning in A Digital World, US Department of Education)

 



The Technology Department's Vision is to provide a technology rich environment where:

  1. all students have equal access to technology.
  2. students develop into efficient, self-directed technology learners.
  3. the learning environment is restructured to include the integration of technology.
  4. the use of technology helps address the individual needs of all students.
  5. students and teachers have access to local and global information sources.
  6. staff development in technology is provided on an on-going basis.
  7. administrative tasks are handled more efficiently and productively through the use of technology.



No person shall be denied employment, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or subjected to discrimination
in any program or activity, on the basis of sex, race, religion, belief, national origin, ethnic group, or handicapping condition.