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NHEON :: Office of Ed Tech :: No Child Left Behind

No Child Left Behind: Title II Part D
Enhancing Education Through Technology

Contact: Stan Freeda


With the passage of the No Child Left Behind Act in January 2002, a program was established within Title II Part D to provide federal funding to schools for educational technology. This program is called Enhancing Education Through Technology (E2T2). You will find links to information about current year funding in the table below. Information from previous years (2002-03 through 2009-10) may be found on the archives page.

Note: The 2011 Round was the last round of Title IID funding NH received. Funds can still be transferred into Title IID for Technology projects. Funds transferred into theTitle IID program are subject to the requirements and allowable activities of the Enhancing Education Through Technology Program. Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) or No Child Left Behind (NCLB) may return funding to support educational technology in some form.


Transfering Funds into Title II-D

Transferring Funding Allocations into Title IID from other Title Programs

Under the federal REAP and FLEX guidelines, districts still have the option of transferring funds from other programs into the Title II-D program in order to use such funds for activities allowable under the Title II-D program. To do this, districts should submit their common pages and OBM form 1 as usual and also submit a Title II-D Funds Transfer Application. Such transfers will then be reviewed by the program managers for both title programs.

  • Ed Tech Funds Transfer Application (Word)

Grantee Requirements:

  • Local Technology Plan - Ensure that your district has an approved tech plan and is CIPA compliant. offers a complete Tech Planning Toolkit.
  • Professional Development - Use at least 25% of your district's allocation award for ongoing, sustained, and intensive high quality professional development. Districts are encouraged to take advantage of the professional development opportunities provided through the Local Educational Support Center Network (LESCN).
  • Grant Evaluation Data Collection - Complete an evaluation of your infrastructure, support staff, and profesisonal deelopment needs, prior to the ikmplementation of the project. Use the data to demonstrate your school or district's ability to carry out the project successfully.

Note: There may be different conditions and requirements under the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015. This guidance is forthcoming. This site will be updated as develoments and changes occur in this time of transition.


FY2011 (Round 9) for 2010-11 Academic Year

View announcement of 2010-11 grant process.

View Final RFP Webinar (01/26/11

Grant Info Webinars

Dec 22, 2010 at 9am and 3pm

Jan 19, 2011 at 9am and 3pm

Jan 26, 2011 at 9:00 - 10:00 AM

Jan 26, 2011 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM

System Requirements:
PC: Win7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
Mac: Mac OSX 10.4.11 (Tiger) or newer


Request for Proposals (PDF)
Revised 02/08/11
View Web Version of RFP here

Awards Announcement

Thank you to all mini-grant team members who have been incredibly patient as they await the award results this year. Please note that all awards are contingent on districts providing NHDOE with additional information which will be described within their individual award letters.

Mini-grant proposals from the following districts are slated for full funding:

Winnisquam Regional  

Mini-grant proposals from the following districts are slated for partial funding:

Derry Cooperative  
Fall Mtn - Charlestown
Fall Mtn - Vilas 
Keene - Wheelock

Additional information will be posted shortly and grant review results sent to all applicants. If your district is not listed above, alternative funding sources and assistance in securing such funding will be offered to you and will be described within proposal review letters. These will be sent to the project contact person listed on your application.


Downloadable Application Forms and Rubrics
View a SAMPLE mini-grant application




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Request Inventory Tags

If your district purchased any equipment costing $100 or more, you need to request federal Title IID inventory tags.

Request tags using THIS FORM.

blue arrow iconTech Leader Cohort (TLC) Program
Training for Teacher Leaders and Administrators

Download TLC application template here

Download TLC review criteria here

TLC Program Applications narratives should follow this basic outline:

  • Name of Lead District & Participating Districts & Schools
  • Project Abstract (75-100 words "elevator speech")
  • Project Description
  • Capacity for Success
  • Budget Narrative


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During the 2009-10 grant year, Hezel Associates worked with grantees and the NHDOE to develop a statewide evaluation plan and evaluation instruments for the Title II-D program.

  • The final evaluation report will also be posted when all of the 2009-10 grants and final data collection and analysis has been completed.


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Classroom Tech Mini-Grants
Exemplary Project Based Learning
Connected to Core Content Areas

Download Mini-Grant application template here

Download Mini-Grant review criteria here

Minigrant Applications narratives should follow this basic outline:

  • Name of School & District
  • Team Members (names and emails)
  • Project Abstract (75-100 words "elevator speech")
    • including "essential question" for student inquiry
  • Project Description
    • What the project is about
    • Learning goals
    • Indication of need for this grant project
    • Implementation plan for the project (who, what, when, where)
    • Content areas involved
    • Professional development needed by teachers
    • Ties to content standards
    • Alignment to digital and media literacy skills
    • Administrator support
  • Capacity to implement the project
  • Budget Narrative

View movies, lesson plans, and rubrics from previous year mini-grants:

What is Project Based Learning? - View this Edutopia article by Brigid Barron & Linda Darling-Hammond - Powerful Learning: Studies Show Deep Understanding Derives from Collaborative Methods


LESCN LocationsLocal Educational Support Centers Network (LESCN)

LESCN sites provide professional development services that support these grants. We encourage you to visit their websites and their physical sites! The mission of these centers is to provide high quality training opportunities that will empower teachers and show a positive correlation to student achievement. Programs provide high quality professional development to increase teacher quality by increasing their content knowledge, teaching skills, and use of classroom technology. Visit the LESCN website for information about the programs and services offered at each Center, and to obtain contact information.

blue arrow icon Digital Resources Consortium
Planning & Implementing 21st Century Learning

Download DRC application template here

Download DRC review criteria here

Digital Resources Consortium Applications narratives should follow this basic outline:

  • Name of Lead District
  • Names of All Districts to be actively involved in Phase I
  • Project Abstract (75-100 words "elevator speech")
  • Project Description
  • Budget Narrative
  • Potential for Phase II (preliminary ideas about what the participating districts think this project can lead to in Phase II)
Last updated 12/10/2015