Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education
State Educational Technology Standards
Massachusetts does not have educational technology standards.
The Digital Literacy and Computer Science Framework addresses core concepts in four key domains (Computing and Society, Digital Tools and Collaboration, Computing Systems, and Computational Thinking); integrate practices necessary to successfully act in a technological world; present coherent progressions of core concepts and practices from grades K to 12; and complement other Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.
State Educational Technology Plan
Massachusetts does not have an educational technology plan.
District Technology Planning Requirements
Massachusetts does not have requirements for district technology planning.
Massachusetts does not require district technology plans, but strongly encourages technology planning as an extension of existing plans for improving learning and teaching. The state provides digital resources, email, and telephone support. District technology data are collected annually to aid decisions about the allocation of resources and policy development.