H.R.200 - Education for the 21st Century (E-21) Act

To enable America's schools to use their computer hardware to increase student achievement and prepare students for the 21st century workplace, and for other purposes. view all titles (2)

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  • Short: Education for the 21st Century (E-21) Act as introduced.
  • Official: To enable America's schools to use their computer hardware to increase student achievement and prepare students for the 21st century workplace, and for other purposes. as introduced.

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Official Summary

Education for the 21st Century (E-21) Act - Establishes assistance programs for: (1) middle school computer literacy; and (2) high-quality educational software for all schools.Authorizes the Secretary of Education to award grants to states (especially those with a priority on training middl

Official Summary

Education for the 21st Century (E-21) Act - Establishes assistance programs for:
(1) middle school computer literacy; and
(2) high-quality educational software for all schools.Authorizes the Secretary of Education to award grants to states (especially those with a priority on training middle school teachers) that integrate into the state curriculum the goal of making all middle school graduates in the state technologically literate. Requires use of such grants for teacher training in technology, emphasizing programs preparing teachers in elementary, middle, and secondary schools to become technology leaders and then serve as experts and train other teachers. Authorizes the Secretary to award competitive grants for students at secondary schools and institutions of higher education (IHEs) to work with IHE faculty, software developers, and experts in educational technology in developing high-quality educational software and Internet websites. Directs the Secretary to recognize outstanding software and websites developed with such assistance that focus on core curriculum areas, especially:
(1) for the first year of awards, mathematics, science, and reading; and
(2) for the second and third years of awards, again mathematics, science, and reading, but also social studies, the humanities, and the arts. Requires:
(1) such recognized educational software to be made available to local educational agencies for free downloading from the Department of Education's website; and
(2) such recognized websites to be accessible to any Web user.

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