KETS Funding and Reporting

Published: 2/15/2016 3:28 PM

Funding for education technology is made available to districts from state (KETS Offers of Assistance) and federal sources (E-Rate and No Child Left Behind). Schools can use the Implementation Plan as a tool to develop and maintain a district technology plan and budget, using state and federal technology funds.

Federal Funding


  • The Universal Service program for schools and libraries, more commonly known as E-rate, is a federal initiative that provides discounts on telecommunications, Internet, and eligible internal connection technologies to elementary and secondary schools and public libraries across this country.  Keep Reading...


No Child Left Behind

  • On January 8, 2002, President Bush signed into law the No Child Left Behind Act(NCBL).  The legislation, which reauthorizes the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA), provides increased flexibility and local control to states and school districts.  The Kentucky Department of Education will make awards to local school districts for the purpose of improving student academic achievement determined by a formula based on Title I participation and also competitive grants to districts that qualify. Keep Reading...


State Funding

KETS Offers of Assistance 

  • Districts can use the worksheets below to develop and maintain a technology budget and report their progress with matching local funds to Kentucky Education Technology Services (KETS) Offers of Assistance.  Keep Reading...


​Scott Kane
Office of Education Technology
Division of School Technology Planning and Project Management
300 Sower Blvd., 4th Floor
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-2020 ext. 2214
Fax (502) 564-1519