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Another fundamental step in successfully integrating technology into systemic improvement reform efforts is to ensure that solid policies and strategies are in place that support investment in technology infrastructure and access. NCREL has developed online resources and tools that can help policymakers make key decisions about technology integration. The chart below contains information on and links to these products.

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Featured Products

Preparing Technology Competent Teachers for Urban and Rural Classrooms (Case Studies within)      
enGauge Web Site      
Policy Issues: Virtual Schools and E-Learning in K-12 Environments: Emerging Policy and Practice  
Pathways Critical Issue: Promoting Technology Use in Schools            
Pathways Critical Issue: Ensuring Equitable Use of Technology          

Templates, Forms, Interactive Tools, and Guidebooks

Technology Connections for School Improvement: Planner's Handbook and Teacher's Guide        
Plugging In: Choosing and Using Educational Technology        

Supplemental Resources

Policy Issues: Sustaining Educational Technology: Funding Challenges and Opportunities for Policymakers        
School Board Members' Technology Priorities and Preferred Ways of Learning About Them: Results of a National Survey    
Children Learning With Technology Beyond the School Bell and Building: What Do We Know Now?        
Children's Access to Computers and the Internet Through 21st Century Community Learning Centers        
1. Key Factors
2. Equity
3. Funding
4. E-Learning Policies
5. Implementation Policies
6. Infrastructure
7. Systemic Improvement

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