Report 02-10: Priorities for California Educational Technology Funding
Published by The California Postsecondary Education CommissionJuly 2002View Full Publication
This report, entitled Priorities for California Educational Technology Funding, responds to Assembly Bill 1123 (Cardoza), which directed the California Postsecondary Education Commission to convene an intersegmental working group to facilitate the development of statewide funding priorities for educational technology in higher education. The report contains important findings that will assist policymakers in determining the allocation of scarce state resources. In addition to over six working group meetings during 2001-02, additional discussions and dialogue occurred with practitioners across the State and nation, including the Commission on Technology in Learning and discussions with researchers, consultants, and students involved in various aspects of use and application of technology in education. The Commission also undertook a comprehensive survey of approximately 450 California postsecondary institutions of higher education for the purpose of gathering baseline information on distance learning programs in California. This information informed the Commission recommendations encompassed in this report and will serve, in addition, as a beginning source of data to assist in planning for the future. The Commission adopted this report at its meeting of July 22, 2002.
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