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The committee also heard a proposal from Director of Information Technology
"No. 1, we can refresh all the technology in the school system and utilize the same amount of money we are currently spending," Ficklin said. "Starting in FY2015 (
Ficklin added that some of the equipment could be paid for out of Title I funding.
"Right now I don't now how many computers we have that are Title I or SIG (School Improvement Grant) eligible," Ficklin said. "We are currently running an analysis on those numbers. It's also important to know that we have approximately 12,000 end points (computers and tablets) in the system."
The committee recommended that the full board hear Ficklin's proposal.
In action items the committee approved sending three grants before the board -- including a Title III-A LEP-ELA (limited English proficent -- English second language) grant, a Title I-C Migrant Education grant and a
The committee also recommended that the full board approve four bids -- for Workers Compensation Claims Management, an IT audit, and contracts for
DCSS Director of Finance and Operations
The full board will vote on the recommendations during its next meeting on Monday.
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