State Digital Learning Plan
Indiana does not have a state digital learning plan.
Indiana does not have a state technology plan; however, the state collects and publishes district tech plans via state graphics and maps.
State Requirements for District Digital Learning Plans
Indiana has requirements for districts for digital learning plans.
Indiana requires district level educational technology plans. Indiana public schools who receive State Connectivity Funds must have an approved Technology Plan. Those plans are submitted during a window each March. The state provides planning support through email and website support, and through Regional and State conference planning sessions and Administrative Academies for district leadership. The district technology plans are used to help guide resources and initiatives at the state level to support district technology strategic plans.
Digital Learning Standards for Students
Indiana does not have digital learning standards for students.
Although Indiana does not formally have digital learning standards for students, the Networking and Communicating and the Impact and Culture indicators found within Indiana’s K-8 Computer Science Standards are specific to digital learning for students.