Digital Divide Reports 2006
 
Digital Divide Survey information is self-reported technology survey data collected from WV K-12 schools. This information evolves from the West Virginia K-12 strategic technology planning process for improved student achievement; the reported data enables West Virginia Department of Education, counties and schools to meet reporting requirements mandated by the federal programs, E-rate and No Child Left Behind, Title II, Part D.

Schools' self-reported digital divide survey information was submitted with school strategic plans on October 1, 2006. School, county, and state digital divide reports provide valuable data on how to most effectively plan for the integration of technology across the curriculum for improved student achievement and for preparing students with the necessary skills to succeed in a 21st century world.

Summary by County
Barbour
Berkeley
Boone
Braxton
Brooke
Cabell
Calhoun
Clay
Doddridge
Fayette
Gilmer
Grant
Greenbrier
Hampshire
Hancock
Hardy
Harrison
INSTED
Jackson
Jefferson
Kanawha
Lewis
Lincoln
Logan
Marion
Marshall
Mason
Mercer
Mineral
Mingo
Monongalia
Monroe
Morgan
McDowell
Nicholas
Ohio
Pendleton
Pleasants
Pocahontas
Preston
Putnam
Raleigh
Randolph
Ritchie
Roane
Summers
Taylor
Tucker
Tyler
Upshur
Wayne
Webster
Wetzel
Wirt
Wood
WVSDB
Wyoming
State
 

Operating Systems
Counts of Student Computers Win 98/XP or Higher
Counts of Student Computers/Operating Systems
Counts of Student, NonInstructional, Administrative Computers/Operating Systems (Desktops, Notebooks, Servers)
Classroom Computer Operating Systems
 

Training

Technology Integration Training
 

Other Technology

Telephones, Pagers, PDAs and Projection Devices
Home / School Communication
TV / Video Reception
After School Access to Technology
Assistive Technologies
 

Internet Connections

Connections to the Internet
Types of Connections to the Internet
 

Federal Policies

Federal Policies
 

Distance Learning

Distance Learning / Video Conferencing
 

Stacked Reports

By County
For State