Cameron Elementary received approximately $25,000
from this grant to complete their computer lab. The Technology Literacy
Challenge Fund is a federal grant program to help stimulate local, state
and private sector partnerships focused on fully integrating technology
into teaching and learning to help ensure that all students are technologically
literate by the dawn of the 21st century. Congress has appropriated
funding for this effort to specifically advance the President's four goals
for technology in education. The four goals are:
All teachers will have the training and
support they need to help all students learn through computers
and through the information superhighway.
All teachers and students will have modern
computers in their classrooms.
Every classroom will be connected to the
Effective and engaging software and on-line
resources will be an integral part of every school curriculum.
Cameron Elementary received the following
with the money appropriated from this grant:
10 PII 300 MHZ Compaq Computers
We also received the Classroom Connect newsletter,
Jumpstart software series, Jumpstart Typing, Printmaster Gold Desktop Publishing
program, Compton's Encyclopedia, Microsoft Office Professional, and Norton
10 Network Interface cards
2 HP Deskjet 880C printers
1 HP Laserjet 6Lxi printer
1 HP Scanjet 5100
1 Sony Digital Mavica FDS camera
1 Smartboard -54"
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