PSUSD Technology Plan
July 1st 2013 to June 30th 2016
- February 26, 2013 - PSUSD Board of Education approves the PSUSD Technology Plan.
- May 17, 2013 The California Department of Education (CDE) sent the approval notice to PSUSD: CDE Approval Letter
Educational Technology and Information Services is proud to present the PSUSD Technology plan: PSUSD 2013/16 Tech Plan
Internet Safety and The PSUSD Internet Safety Board Policy
PSUSD has updated the Internet Safety Plan within the District Technology Plan (Section: 3g) with the Educational Technology Addendum to the PSUSD Technology Internet Safety Plan to comply with the Act and the FCC released CIPA rule revisions of August 2011, incorporating the E-Rate program provisions of the Protecting Children in the 21st Century Act.
The PSUSD Board of Education reviewed the Educational Technology Addendum to the PSUSD Technology Internet Safety Plan. This addendum to the Internet Security Plan contains the new CIPA requirements and has been discussed and was approved during the public board meeting on May 22, 2012.
In addition to the Addendum the PSUSD Internet Safety Plan contains the following;
Board Policy 6163.4, Student Use of Technology
Administrative Regulation 6134.4, Student use of Technology
Click here to view the Board Page in PDF format.
PSUSD Technology Plan
Ju1y 1st 2010 to June 30th 2013
- January 26, 2010 - PSUSD Board of Education approves The Plan with a 5:0 vote in favor.
- April 22, 2010 - Notice from CDE: "An education technology plan received from PSUSD meets the full criteria required by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, Public Law 107-110, Sec. 2414, and has been approved by the California Department of Education."
The plan is available on the following link: Educational Technology Plan 2010-2013
The PK-12 Scope and Sequences matrices for Integration and Projects
and for Social and Ethical Use
are available on the following link: Scope and Sequence Charts, 2010-2013
The expectation of the No Child Left Behind Act, the Board of Education, and the California Department of Education is that students be proficient in technology by the end of 8th grade. In our local plan, that is interpreted to mean that students are proficient in the National Educational Technology Standards by the end of 8th grade. In the baseline year (2010), 12% demonstrated proficiency. The targets established are 80% in 2011, 90% in 2012, and 100% in 2013 and thereafter. For the full report click on the following link: Results Policy 2.5 Student Use of Technology
The adopted CyberSmart! K-12 Lessons and Student Activity Sheets
are available by clicking on the link.
Last updated: 5/24/2013 7:46:19 AM