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Technology Readiness in MichiganTechnology Readiness Infrastructure Grant Overview

Technology Readiness in MichiganWebsite:

22itrig.org/

Technology Readiness Infrastructure Grant

State School Aid

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Rural Northern Michigan Consortium (Copper Country ISD)Intra-Michigan Consortium (Wexford-Missaukee ISD)Greater Michigan Educational Consortium (Genesee ISD)Kent ISD Consortium (Kent ISD)Southwest Michigan Consortium (Kalamazoo RESA)

Consortium LeadershipMay 201477Funding BreakdownYear OneYear TwoYear Three (Proposed)Funds to Local Districts and Consortia$15,905,400Funds to Local Districts and Consortia$15,300,000Funds to Local Districts and Consortia$17,007,000Funds to Activities$18,094,600Funds to Activities$16,000,000Funds to Activities$20,900,000Funds to Connectivity$16,000,000Funds to Connectivity$13,700,000Funds to Connectivity$3,593,000Whole School Technology$ 5,000,000Total$50,000,000Total$50,000,000Total$41,500,0008Use of District Participation Funds

Overwhelmingly, districts chose to use funds to purchase devices. There was also a significant investment in in-building wireless connectivity.9Year One Accomplishments

http://22itrig.org/downloads/documents_and_resources/trig_annual_report_1014.pdfCost Savings

Over 42% of the grant funds went directly to districts.11Classroom Readiness

1673 teachers across the state completed a 30 hour course to give them the skill to create a technology rich classroom environmentCost Savings Spotlight E-RateWexford-Missaukee ISD4x bandwidth at same costThe statewide E-Rate bid allowed WMISD the opportunity to purchase 4X the bandwidth at the same cost. This is one of many documented savings through the E-Rate bid.13Year Two Current WorkParticipation Funds have all been distributedNeed to be spent by June 30, 2015Five areas of TechnologyNetwork ServicesDevice PurchasesIn-Building Wireless ConnectivityOnline/Digital AssessmentsStatewide Activities

15Statewide Activities

16Vision SEN

Current draft of the SEN BackboneRegional meetings with K12 and vendors are underway to identify synergies between local initiatives the SEN backbone design.

SEN SessionFriday 10:20 -11:20E-Rate Major MilestonesE-Rate Current WorkRFPs for Telecommunications and Internet Services, VOIP, and Web hosting have all been posted. Bid development tool is getting close to completion.Sessions are being held to educate about the E-Rate 2.0 changes.

E-Rate SessionFriday 9:00 -10:00Vision Device PurchasingDevice Purchasing Sales by Date

Sales by Device TypePersonal Learning Device Total127,971Desktop Total 19,607Total Devices Sold147,578Chromebook 68,598Notebook 26,668iPad 28,511Other Tablet 4,194Desktop 19,607Total Devices Sold147,578Incentive per PLD$50.81Incentive per Desktop$25.40

*All data is not yet fully verified.

Cost Savings Spotlight Device Purchasing

Savings across the state

Statewide Activities

28Vision-Michigan Technology Readiness Tool (MTRAx)MTRAxFall 2014 data collectionSubmit/confirm your data by 11/14/2014Development to support new MDE requirements in progressFuture enhancements Spring 2015Instructional measuresTechnology planningLow effort data collectionNew interface30Vision Data Integration

Data IntegrationDeploying 5 Regional Data HubsClose to going live on inbound integrations for pilot districts on the 5 identified student information systemsPhase 2 development is nearing completion, which will provide outbound integrations and reportingPhase 3 development work has been quoted and will complete functionality needed to meet the project goals

Data Hub Conceptual Model

Statewide Activities

34Vision Classroom ReadinessClassroom ReadinessThis year 7038 teachers are enrolled in the T3 course.283 buildings and 113districts are involved in the course.Vision Assessment and Curriculum

Vision Assessment and CurriculumStatewide Activities

39TRIG Workshops

MTRAx Focus GroupsTechnology PlanningInstructional Measures

E-Rate 2.0

MiSEN Design

Device Purchasing Focus Groups

Data Services Collaborative Grant in your Region

How to Manage the Data Hub Cockpit

Year ThreeMay 201441TRIG 3.0 District Requirement #1To be eligible for participation funding, districts must agree by November 14, 2014, in MEGS+ to meet the following requirements:TRIG 3.0 District Requirement #2To be eligible for participation funding, districts must agree by November 14, 2014, in MEGS+ to meet the following requirements:TRIG 3.0 District Requirement #3To be eligible for participation funding, districts must agree by November 14, 2014, in MEGS+ to meet the following requirements:TRIG 3.0 District Requirement #4To be eligible for participation funding, districts must agree by November 14, 2014, in MEGS+ to meet the following requirements:TRIG 3.0 District Requirement #5To be eligible for participation funding, districts must agree by November 14, 2014, in MEGS+ to meet the following requirements:TRIG District Participation

47TRIG District Participation (cont.)

TRIG 3.0 VisionTRIG 3.0 Executive Summary

TRIG 3.0 Vision Full Report Located on the TRIG Website Homepage - 22itrig.org

Strategic Readiness SupportThe TRIG Operations Office will leverage all statewide activities for the purpose of ensuring every district is test-ready. New goals for Strategic Readiness Support:Other important information

District Incentives for Participation in the Michigan Interim Assessment Field Testing District Incentives for Participation in the Michigan Interim Assessment Field Testing Upcoming DeadlinesNovember 7Paper Pencil Waiver DueNovember 14MTRAx Submission DueMEGS+ TRIG Applications due (level 5)District Participation Consortium membership

Checklist is available here

Contact Information:Tim HallTechnology Readiness Infrastructure Grant Project Director

thall@ gomasa.org

Year One savingsTRIG Cost Savings Year OneAs of June 30, 2014DirectIndirectDesignated FundsComments/DespriptionSavingsSavingsTo Be Spent

Category One - District Participation $14,692,246$10.00 per student for district participationCategory Two - Consortia 480,000Consortia funds were allocated for administration and other identified regional needs.Category ThreeE-Rate0.01,501,615Bandwidth was increased 240% (56% reduction in MB costs).TRIG Operations Office 118,500TRIG Office consolidates services on a statewide level.SEN Design 0.00.0MTRAx413,280Cost savings over calculating readiness independently.Classroom Readiness1,523,6742,509,500Direct services and devices to local participating districts.Indirect is a calculation of what a 3-credit course would cost for the 1,673 people that completed the course.

Device Purchasing5,003,59010,247,472Direct = direct funds back to SPOT Bid participants.Indirect = Professional Development and discounts.

Data Integration0.0145,000Indirect = savings from planning, donated time from vendors, training and development.Assessment & Curriculum0.0851,394Indirect = one time development cost of six individual training sessions and presenters. In addition illimination of travel cost, substitute teachers and cost of registration.Category Four - Consortia 0.0733,154Indirect = Each consortium determined best use of funds based on needs.Category Five - SEN Build 18,501,693Build funds for State Education Network.

Total Categories$21,219,510$16,999,915$18,501,693

Total Savings from TRIG$56,721,117.66

Participating TRIG Districts:Non-Participating TRIG Districts:

Overall Receive Participation funds Device Purchasing Activity Purchase from the TRIG bid via SPOT andreceive discount Receive device purchasing incentives Eligible for value-adds such as PD and personal purchase programs Classroom Readiness Activity Participate in Classroom Readiness T3 course Participate in Classroom Readiness T3 course (Non-public schools can participate at their own expense) Data Integration Activity Participate in Data Hub Project Utilize the Data Hub connectors Access the Data Hub dashboards and data quality reports

Overall

Device Purchasing Activity Purchase from the TRIG bid via SPOT and receiving the discount

Classroom Readiness Activity Participate in Classroom Readiness T3 course (Non-public schools can participate at their own expense)

Data Integration Activity

Participating TRIG Districts:Non-Participating TRIG Districts:

E-Rate Activity Utilize Statewide E-Rate bids Utilize Statewide bids for other products and services Attend E-Rate trainings Utilize the bid evaluation tool State E-Rate Coordinator representation

Assessment and Curriculum Access the recorded Webinar

MTRAx Activity Complete MTRAx and print all reports Utilize new tech planning process

Data Services Collaborative Participate in technology collaboratives within your TRIG consortia

E-Rate Activity State E-Rate Coordinator representation

Assessment and Curriculum Access the recorded Webinars

MTRAx Activity Complete MTRAx and print all reports Utilize new tech planning process

Data Services Collaborative Participate in technology collaboratives within your TRIG consortia

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