State Digital Learning Plan
Nebraska has a state digital learning plan.
Two year biennium plans required for state budgeting and . Nebraska published a Statewide PK – 12 Digital Learning and Ed Tech plan in 2018. This 3 year plan is is designed to create the broader road map and framework for digitial learning and technology in Nebraska schools. The plan is comprehensive and is based on the Future Ready Framework.
State Requirements for District Digital Learning Plans
Nebraska does not have requirements for districts for digital learning plans.
Nebraska no longer requires district level educational technology plans. Instead, starting in the fall of 2018 Nebraska has moved to a new data collection tool called the District Technology Profile which is based on the Future Ready Framework. The new survey-based profile is more streamlined, supports current status and information, and identifies priority services and supports needed by Nebraska schools. Districts will be asked to complete this updated tool and provide district educational technology and other technology data that can be shared through the Nebraska Education Profile website. Nebraska school districts will have access to the profile’s data starting in the spring of 2019. A PDF version of the data that is requested within the Nebraska District Technology Profile can be found on the NDE website.