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Title II Part D, Enhancing Education Through Technology

With the passage of the No Child Left Behind Act in January 2002, a program was established within Title II Part D to provide federal funding to schools for educational technology. This program is called Enhancing Education Through Technology (E2T2). Until July 2006, federal guidelines required distribution of the funds through both a competitive and a formula driven process. Formula awards were based on Title I allocations. After July 2006, because of changes in the law and a nearly 50% reduction in federal funding to the program, states were allowed to issue all of the funds on a competitive basis starting with the 2006-07 awards. Districts are still allowed to use the federal transferability provisions to transfer funds from other Title programs in order to use such funds for activities allowable under Title IID (see transfer application below). All awards must be used in accordance with the New Hampshire State Educational Technology Plan.

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Stan Freeda
Educational Technology and Online Learning
(603) 271-5132

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