Project RED Selects First 10 Signature Districts

Project RED has selected 10 districts to become Project RED Signature Districts, receiving support and guidance for 1:1 education technology implementations.
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Project RED has selected 10 districts to become Project RED Signature Districts, receiving support and guidance for 1:1 education technology implementations. 

During the 2012-2013 school year, Project RED will offer the Signature Districts customized guidance and collaboration opportunities. Project RED will review each Signature District’s technology implementation plan and help the districts to align their plans to the research-based strategies of the Project RED Design™, a blueprint for implementing technology-based school reform. Districts will then publish findings to the Signature District community for a period of three years and will become best-practice models for other districts.

The participating districts are:

  • East Noble School Corporation, IN
  • Ferndale School District, WA
  • Kuna School District, ID
  • Natick Public Schools, MA
  • Owensboro Public Schools, KY
  • Reeds Springs, MO
  • Richland School District Two, SC
  • Salisbury Township Schools, PA
  • Southern Lehigh, PA
  • Sunnyside School District, AZ

10 more districts will be selected for this program; to apply, visit www.projectred.org.

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