Technology Plan

The Princeton Joint Unified School District education technology plan covers five years, from July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2015. It will serve as the primary tool to guide the district’s acquisition, sustainability, and integration of technology to support the district’s curricular goals. Our district tech plan envisions a 21st century teaching and learning environment grounded in the reality of our knowledge-based, Digital Age.

Used as a tool, not an end in itself, technology will be an integral part of the way we work, teach, and learn. Students will use technology seamlessly, as an integral part of the learning process to enhance their critical thinking, problem solving skills, and communication skills. Educators will learn to use technology to create teachable moments, not just wait for them and to provide just-in-time learning interventions. District staff will use technology to facilitate effective and efficient organizational operations and decision-making within the district. Interactive communication and activities among home, school, and community will increase and improve student learning.

"Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important."

Bill Gates


To view the PJUSD Technology Plan click on link below