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School districts sought for technology support

Project Red is seeking school districts in the early or middle stages of a one-to-one technology implementation who would like to collaborate with other districts with similar technology plans and goals.
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Project Red is seeking school districts in the early or middle stages of a one-to-one technology implementation who would like to collaborate with other districts with similar technology plans and goals. Such forward-looking districts are invited to apply to become a Project RED Signature District.

There is no cost to apply or participate. The first 50 eligible districts to apply will receive a complimentary copy of both the online and the paperback editions of the Project RED Research, Revolutionizing Education Through Technology.

Project RED Signature District will receive guidance and access to proven implementation techniques from the Project RED team. They will also join other Signature Districts online for:

  • Review of your district's implemenation plan
  • Review of your district's technology policies and procedures
  • Exclusive discussions
  • Monthly meetings with other Signature Districts
  • Q&A

For more details, download the application.

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