District Technology

Technology use permeates every aspect of school district operations, from curriculum and library resources to data management and fiscal operations.  The following are resources related to school districts' technology needs, including acceptable use policies, Internet safety, and educational technology.

Related Policies

Your local school board policy manual contains TASB's (LEGAL) reference policies and board-adopted (LOCAL) policies.  Your district may also have relevant administrative regulations.  For more information on district technology, see district policy and regulations at the following code:

CQ Technology Resources
CQA District, Campus, and Classroom Web Sites

TASB Resources

Other Resources

  • The U.S. Department of Education Office of Educational Technology Website provides resources for transforming education through the power of technology.
  • The U.S. Copyright Office Website contains the federal copyright laws and regulations, a searchable database of registered copyrighted works, and related materials.
  • The Texas School Safety Center provides resources on several safety topics, including digital safety.
  • The Texas Education Agency (TEA) Internet Safety Website provides resources for students, parents, and educators, including information on cyberbullying, privacy protection, piracy, communication, security, and safety curriculum.
  • The Texas Attorney General (AG) Cyber Security Website provides information about online safety with a focus on protecting children from online predators.
  • The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) Cyber Texas Website provides information about cybersecurity and related issues.