The 13-member Nevada Commission on Educational Technology includes 2 ex officio members, and 11 voting members who are appointed by the Legislature and the Governor. The commission oversees state educational technology grant funds that support the state technology plan, the Nevada Ready 21 Plan.
The Nevada Commission on Educational Technology met on 2/29/2016 to receive “the selection committee’s recommendations for the first cohort of Nevada Ready 21 schools. These recommendations are the outcome of a 2/25/2016 committee meeting to review applications submitted by school districts and state-sponsored charter schools for the competitive grant.”
I was happy to be able to attend representing CTL and CTL’s Nevada Ready 21 Chromebook solution and to take questions from the Commissioners.