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FW: Request for Information
Posted: Feb 4, 1998 9:42 AM
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Colleagues, I NEED YOUR HELP. A member of the CT Academy's Board of
Directors is seeking information about student technology competencies from around the
country.If you have access to any information that will help Corey, will you please
forward your responses directly to him.
Thank you very much for your help on this. Kindest regards
Richard Cole

My name is Corey Norton and I coordinate a new youth initiative in
Connecticut called the CT Youth TechCorps.CYTC is a statewide network of
educators,students, businesses, government and community organizations committed to
improving the technology competence of CT's youth.As part of our mission we are doing
research on K-12 Student Technology Competencies.Couldyou please help me collect relevant
information and letting me know if your state has
developed a set of K-12 Technology Competency Guidelines or Standards.I am also
particularly interested in how you assess standards, i.e. through evaluations at certain
grade levels, credentials, etc. I would also be very appreciative if you could help me
learn a bit about the process you experienced as your state developed the standards. Who
proposed/developed them? Did the process involve legislative/ statutory action? As I
collect information from the states I would be happy to post it on our website at
ttp:// if you all would find it useful to access such information from one

Thank you all for you kind assistance.
Corey Norton
Program Coordinator
CT Youth TechCorps
Interested in Kids and Technology?
Check out the Connecticut Youth TechCorps, a program of Citizens for
Connecticut's Children and Youth, at
Mari Muri
Mathematics Consultant
CSDE, P.O. Box 2219
Hartford, CT 06145
Phone 860.566.4588
FAX 860.566.5623

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