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Technology Funding for Schools

 
Today’s teachers and administrators are under the tremendous pressure for student improvement in academic achievement results. This pressure, combined with recent reductions in most school budgets, requires that schools become more analytic and informed as consumers and investors in technology resources. Changes in the federal, state and private funding landscape have reduced funds, put more restrictions on them, and made them harder to obtain and use. This video will provide you with a quick review of technology funding for schools.
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Paula Love

Paula Love

RedRock Reports

Dr. Paula Love

  • Serves as the vice president of research and funding for RedRock Reports, the education funding experts offering insights and actions
  • More than 35 years of educational experience as a classroom teacher; school, district and state administrator; and funding consultant
  • In the 1980’s, she was awarded numerous grants that resulted in the first laptop computer project in the nation
  • Former state department of education executive staff, she successfully generated over $52 million in federal and foundation/corporate grants
  • Coordinated 154 sub-grants issued by the state department to local school systems and other nonprofit and community based organizations
  • Worked with educational technology companies where she was responsible for managing all grants and bid opportunities for the K-12, international and post secondary markets
  • Received numerous grant and education awards and was recognized in Who’s Who Executive and Professional registry and Who’s Who in American Education
  • Recipient of the National Congressional Business Advisory Council Award, U.S. Department of Education Outstanding Service Award, Alpha Delta Kappa International Women Educators Award, Instructional Computer Coordinators Innovative Technology Award, and many others
  • Co-wrote A Guide For The Self Study Of School District Improvement: Applying Themes From Scientifically Based Research
  • Adjunct faculty member at Nova Southeastern University where she works with the United States Distance Learning Association and the International Center for Distance Learning and Praxis
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