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Technology Readiness Resources

Mission Statement

Through leadership, policy implementation, and light-of-day reporting, the Michigan Department of Education will increase full-time, full-access systems of education that support success for every student.

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5 - One:One Access and Connectivity: an Internet-ready device with unencumbered access to the Internet for every student.

4. Consolidation of Business, Data, and Technology Services: to maximize efficiency and build capacity.

3. Teacher Capacity: Capacity building for every educator to facilitate the transformation of classroom instruction.

2. Digital Content and Assessments: education resources and online, real-time assessments that creates 24/7 access to learning.

1. 21st Century Learning Environments:

Refocus education on engaging each and every learner through rich, meaningful, rigorous learning opportunities with the goal of producing a 21st Century workforce.


Technology Readiness Infrastructure Grant (TRIG) is the site where schools and parents will access the new statewide catalog of online courses. New legislation (Section 21f of the State School Aid Act) allows a parent to request that their child, in grades 5 through 12, take up to two courses per semester online and off site. For more information, see the Help link on
Promoting equity and supporting student achievement and quality teaching and learning through leadership, collaboration, future thinking and the visionary use of technology.
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Steps to funding for eligible schools, schools districts, libraries, and consortia.