State Digital Learning Plan
New Hampshire has a state digital learning plan.
New Hampshire supports the National Educational Technology Plan and the technology plan is outlined by our Minimum Standards for School Approval in the ICT Literacy program requirements. We do have a technology planning toolkit.
State Requirements for District Digital Learning Plans
New Hampshire does not have requirements for districts for digital learning plans.
New Hampshire does not require district level educational technology plans, but strongly encourages technology planning. The state provides planning support though e-mail and website support, a Tech Planning Collaborative Ring, peer review of plans, and tech planning mentors. The district technology plans are used in alignment with New Hampshire Minimum Standards for School Approval for ICT Literacy and digital learning opportunities.
Digital Learning Standards for Students
New Hampshire does not have digital learning standards for students.
New Hampshire has program expectations that are outlined by law in the Minimum Standards for School Approval. New Hampshire has K -12 program expectations for Information and Communications Technologies Literacies that are outlined by rules in the Minimum Standards for School Approval (Ed 306.42). Those rules guide ICT Literacy programs in K-12 to follow the ISTE Standards for Students in terms of the content and abilities that should be provided to students that support their demonstrations of ICT Literacy.