As recently posted on the techlearning.com website, Funds For Learning has released results from its national 2012 Survey of E-rate Applicants. The results indicate a continued reliance on E-rate funding. Approximately 90 percent of respondents indicate that E-rate funding is critical to their success, but only 30 percent believe the program is adequately funded.
Do you agree? If you're looking for help in meeting the E-rate requirements for Internet Safety and Reporting, Atomic Learning's Keeping Kids Safe Online Spotlightprovides professional development for educators and helps students learn how to navigate the Internet safely.
Today’s students must know how to interact with others online in social networking sites, in chatrooms, and when instant messaging and texting. Knowing how to protect themselves online from cyberbullies, online predators, and scams is important to ensure their safety and well-being while learning and interacting online. This collection of training helps administrators meet E-rate requirements of the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) and the Protecting Children in the 21st Century Act.
Atomic Learning is an online professional learning company focused on the common challenges schools face today. Through an outcome-based learning model, schools have access to online resources focused on:
- Getting the greatest impact from the technology you already have
- Teachers having to change the way they teach
- Lack of student engagement
- Time for teachers to get/participate in training
- Preparing students with critical workplace and college-ready skills