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Florida Digital Learning Update. FOIL November 2013. Goals of Digital Learning. Short Term Goal: 2014-2015 Schools and districts are prepared to implement Digital Learning to prepare students to be globally competitive for college and careers Long Term Goal: 2017-2018

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Goals of digital learning
Goals of Digital Learning

Short Term Goal: 2014-2015

  • Schools and districts are prepared to implement Digital Learning to prepare students to be globally competitive for college and careers

    Long Term Goal: 2017-2018

  • 100% of schools meeting or exceeding increased bandwidth standard

  • 1:1 student-to-computer/device ratio

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What was done with funding this year
What was done with funding this year

  • Bandwidth Grant $11M (SB1500)

    • Grant is open and available for district submission

  • Rural Wireless Grant $6M (SB1500)

    • Grant is open and available for district submission

  • Instructional Materials Funding

    • District funding plans currently being submitted

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Florida technology specifications implementation timeline
Florida Technology Specifications Implementation Timeline

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Where are we and where are we going
Where are we and where are we going?

  • Bandwidth

  • Student-to-Computer/device ratio

  • Professional Development

  • Funding (E-rate)

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2012 bandwidth range status statewide percent of schools by bandwidth range
2012 Bandwidth Range Status(Statewide percent of schools by bandwidth range)

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2012 bandwidth standard schools reporting 100mbps or higher bandwidth per 1 000 students
2012 Bandwidth Standard (Schools reporting 100Mbps or higher bandwidth per 1,000 students)

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6 year student to computer device ratio
6 year Student-to-Computer Device Ratio

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*Introduction of FDOE Computer/Device Specifications

2012 goal was a student to device ratio of 2.75

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2012 e rate funding priority 1
2012 E-Rate Funding(Priority 1)

  • All 67 districts applied for E-rate in 2012

  • $56.4 Million requested by districts

  • $53.2 Million committed to districts

    • 94% of funding requested was committed

  • Average state E-rate discount is 77%

    • Based on percent of students eligible for free-reduced lunch and rural/urban status of school

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Next steps
Next Steps

  • Technology Readiness Inventory

    • Updates and revisions

    • Opened October 11, 2013

  • Bandwidth field testing (EducationSuperhighway)

    • Completed October 31, 2013

    • Results collected from 87% of regular schools and 95% of districts

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Next steps1
Next Steps

  • District Digital Learning Advisory Committee

    • District nominations are currently being collected

    • Goals:

      • Connect Instructional Technology and Curriculum staff

      • Gather feedback on digital learning goals

      • Assist with digital learning implementation

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Next steps2
Next Steps

  • Requesting $40M LBR Grants

  • Goal of the grant is to improve districts overall:

    • Infrastructure

    • Bandwidth

    • Wireless access points

    • Devices

    • Professional development

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