*DRAFT Student Technology Standards*
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is seeking feedback on the current Kentucky Academic Standards for Technology (K-12).
Beginning October 15 and continuing through November 15, anyone interested is invited to review the draft technology standards to share feedback and suggestions. Feedback and comments will be thoughtfully considered and any needed revisions made before submitting a draft of proposed standards to the Kentucky Board of Education.
To provide feedback on the Kentucky Academic Standards for Technology, visit the Technology Standards Public Comment form where you can read the standards and leave comments. Due to the amount of text within the survey, it is recommended that the survey be completed on a full-size computer or laptop.
Links to Draft KAS Technology Standard Documents
Digital Learning Coach Team
The Digital Learning Coach Team provides services to Kentucky's 172 school districts to assist in providing students with equitable access to a high-quality education and the opportunity to achieve at their highest level. Services include sponsoring the Student Technology Leadership Program, professional learning for administrators and teachers, providing leadership and guidance identifying best practices and resources for digital instruction and leading online and virtual coursework.
Digital Learning Guidelines
Digital Learning Guidelines are available for schools and districts to ensure quality, rigor, and impact on student achievement. The Kentucky Digital Learning Guidelines also serve as a guide for content digital developers and vendors to ensure alignment to the Kentucky Academic Standards criteria for each appropriate course.