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No Child Left Behind. By: Donna Murray CEDU 555 School Law and Technology .

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no child left behind

No Child Left Behind

By:

Donna Murray

CEDU 555

School Law and Technology

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The digital divide is both a popular phrase and a significant societal and economic challenge today. The lack of fundamental digital literacy is often prevalent within communities, corporate organizations, and especially schools.

A key objective of No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation is to bridge this digital divide by ensuring every student is digitally literate “regardless of the student’s race, ethnicity, gender, family income, geographic location, or disability.” Without question, IC³ plays a critical role in this effort—from Hawaii to Vermont and everywhere in between.

IC³ standards meet the technology requirements of NCLB in multiple areas. First, IC³ training and certification provide the professional development “through electronic means” for teachers, administrators, and staff called for in No Child Left Behind’s “Enhancing Education Through Technology Act.”

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Additionally, IC³ training and certification works to meet the NCLB goal to ensure “every student is technologically literate by the time the student finishes the eighth grade.”
  • Educators find IC³ meets No Child Left Behind standards while providing the following benefits:
  • Data-driven decision making through reporting to show successful completion of NCLB requirements. Unbiased examination through psychometrically validated certification exams. Universal portability and relevance as a recognized global standard in digital literacy. A ready solution that is more cost effective and time efficient than assembling an assessment to meet national or local educational requirements. A professional development tool that boosts instructor confidence to integrate technology in the classroom.
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No Child Left Behind
  • By 2007, all outgoing eighth graders will be “technology literate”.
  • It is the 2006 – 2007 school at this time, and there are no definitions or descriptions for technology literacy.
  • There are references to NETS Standards
  • Many successful districts are teaching to the IC3 certification standards
in the spirit of the middle school model
In the Spirit of the Middle School Model
  • Implement the wheel so that all students get all the available electives in 6th grade
  • In order to equip middle schoolers with computer literacy, require that all the students take a computer literacy class in 7th grade
  • If any students do not meet the computer competency requiments, they can re-take it in 8th grade in order to comply with NCLB
ic3 components
IC3 Components
  • Living On Line
    • Conducting Transactions
    • Research
  • Applications
    • Word Processing
    • Spreadsheets
    • Presentations
  • Computing Fundamentals
    • PC Architecture
    • Networks
6 th grade
6th Grade
  • Living On Line
    • Conducting Transactions
    • Research
  • Applications
    • Word Processing - Intermediate
  • Computing Fundamentals - Brief
    • PC Architecture
    • Networks
7 th grade
7th Grade
  • Applications
    • Word Processing –Advanced
      • Teacher Created - Simple Projects – Advanced
        • Integrates Core Academics with Technology Lessons
    • Spreadsheets – Intermediate and Advanced
      • Teacher Created - Simple Projects – Advanced
        • Integrates Core Academics with Technology Lessons
    • Presentations – Intermediate
      • Teacher Created - Simple Projects – Advanced
        • Integrates Core Academics with Technology Lessons
sixth grade assessment

Sixth Grade Assessment

Competencies Checklist

7 th grade assessment

7th Grade Assessment

Competencies Checklist

integrating technology into curriculum
Integrating Technology into Curriculum
  • Language Arts
    • Spelling Triangles, Haiku Poetry, Letter to the President,
  • Mathematics – Geometry Calculator,
  • Science – Titanic Depth Reading, Stars Temperatures, Planets Distance,
  • Social Studies – Population Age,
beginning 2007 2008 school year
Beginning 2007-2008 School Year
  • The state is going to require that the school districts have established their Computer Literacy Standards established
  • The state is going to require that the school districts keep track of their percentage of computer literate students
this presentation and much more can be found on
This Presentation and Much More can be found on:
  • Educator.stritch.edu/dmmurray/teacher
  • www.wrightslaw.com