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Charles May West TN Field Service Engineer, ENA Charles May is currently one of ENA’s Field Service Engineers in West TN, and he has been with ENA since August 2011. Previously, he was a manager with AT&T for more than eight years supervising field technicians. He attended Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, and holds […]Read more »
Grant applications can be overwhelming, especially if you’ve never written one before. When I first started drafting proposals, I found it helpful to remind myself to keep my answers clear, concise and compelling (the three C’s!). Grant reviewers are busy people, and they don’t have time to read long, rambling applications. Most reviewers are full-time […]Read more »
Over the weekend, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) presented the 2014 Making IT Happen Award to four outstanding leaders in education, and among this year’s honorees was ENA’s very own Vice President of Client Services, Lil Kellogg! The Making IT Happen award honors outstanding educators and leaders who demonstrate extraordinary commitment, leadership, […]Read more »
So you’ve found the perfect foundation, you’ve outlined a program that appeals to its funding history and you’ve determined much money you need to request. Now it’s time to start writing! Yay! Almost all applications ask for a title right off the bat. This can be an intimidating place to start because it requires a […]Read more »
So you’ve pulled the list of foundations in your area, and you’re ready to start exploring their 990 forms. A word of warning: you might initially feel a slight twinge of guilt as you start digging through someone else’s financial information, but that quickly passes when you picture your kids happily working away on the […]Read more »
It’s a known fact that no two human beings are exactly the same. This is an accepted concept except, oddly enough, when it pertains to education. Despite telling children from a very young age that they’re all unique snowflakes and, as adults, understanding that no two people are exactly the same, all students are expected […]Read more »
Dianne Anderson Technology Coordinator, McKenzie Special School District, TN Dianne has been the Technology Coordinator for the McKenzie Special School District for the past 5 years. Before that she was a librarian at McKenzie High School for 22 years and before that she taught Marketing at McKenzie High School for 8 years. 1. If […]Read more »
Perry Dupree CTAC Customer Support Engineer, ENA Perry Dupree is currently one of ENA’s Customer Support Engineers, and he has been with ENA since September of 2012. Prior to that, he was a Senior Network Technician for a private ISP in Franklin, TN. He holds a degree in Computer Networking & Security from High-Tech […]Read more »
New Resource Designed to Build Collaboration Between District Title I and Education Technology Leaders Washington, DC (June 9, 2014) – CoSN (Consortium for School Networking) and the National Title I Association (NASTID) today released a new toolkit to strengthen the critical relationship between District Title I and education technology leaders in improving educational equity. Titled […]Read more »
Grants are an excellent way of attaining some of the latest and greatest technologies and resources for your students. Unfortunately, finding a good grant that meets your needs can be difficult. Having worked on several grants for school systems across the United States, I’ve found that my favorite grants tend to be those that are […]Read more »