AUSTIN – The Texas Education Agency (TEA) announced today that 148 school districts and charters have been awarded 2018–2019 Technology Lending grants, aimed at ensuring equitable access to quality digital resources and courses for all students.
Technology Lending grants provide school systems funds to purchase technology devices that are loaned to students for access to digital instruction materials off campus. The grant also provides personal student learning devices and internet access for students who would not otherwise have access to digital instructional materials off campus.
The school systems receiving technology grants from TEA are: A. W Brown Leadership Academy (Dallas); Alief ISD; Alpine ISD; Anthony ISD; Aquilla ISD; Arp ISD; Axtell ISD; Bangs ISD; Banquete ISD; Beaumont ISD; Bellville ISD; Belton ISD; Beta Academy (Houston); Bishop Consolidated ISD; Boles ISD; Brackett ISD; Brady ISD; Brooks County ISD; Cameron ISD; Carlisle ISD; Cherokee ISD; Chico ISD; Connally ISD; Conroe ISD: Corpus Christi ISD; Covington ISD; Cypress-Fairbanks ISD; Del Valle ISD; Desoto ISD; Diboll ISD; Dilley ISD; Donna ISD; Duncanville ISD; Eden Consolidated ISD; Edinburg Consolidated ISD; Evant ISD; Fort Hancock ISD; Gainesville ISD; Ganado ISD; Godley ISD; Golden Rule Charter School (Dallas); Goldthwaite ISD; Groesbeck ISD; Harlingen Consolidated ISD; Hedley ISD; Hillsboro ISD; Hitchcock ISD; Holland ISD; Honey Grove ISD; Jacksboro ISD; Jasper ISD; Jim Hogg County ISD; Karnack ISD; Katy ISD; Keller ISD; Ki Charter Academy (San Marcos); Kilgore ISD; Kingsville ISD; Kipp Inc. Charter (Houston); Kirbyville Consolidated ISD; Klein ISD; La Fe Preparatory School (El Paso); La Joya ISD; La Vega ISD; Lamar Consolidated ISD; Latexo ISD; Leveretts Chapel ISD; Lytle ISD; Mabank ISD; Manor ISD; Marfa ISD; McDade ISD; Memphis ISD; Mercedes ISD; Milano ISD; Mineola ISD; Mineral Wells ISD; Moody ISD; Mount Calm ISD; Munday Consolidated ISD; Natalia ISD; New Boston ISD; New Frontiers Charter School (San Antonio); Newcastle ISD; Nixon-Smiley Consolidated ISD; Northside ISD; Odem-Edroy ISD; Olfen ISD; Palestine ISD; Paris ISD; Pearsall ISD; Perryton ISD; Petersburg ISD; Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD; Plainview ISD; Point Isabel ISD; Premont ISD; Promesa Public Schools (Austin); Queen City ISD; Quitman ISD; Ranger ISD; Raymondville ISD; Robstown ISD; Rochelle ISD; Rockdale ISD; Rockwall ISD; Rogers ISD; Sabinal ISD; San Diego ISD; San Isidro ISD; San Saba ISD; Sanger ISD; Santa Rosa ISD; School of Excellence in Education (San Antonio); School of Science and Technology Discovery; Sheldon ISD; Sherman ISD; Sidney ISD; Silsbee ISD; Socorro ISD; Somerset ISD; Southwest Preparatory School (San Antonio); Splendora ISD; St. Mary's Academy Charter School (Beeville); Stanton ISD; Sulphur Springs ISD; Teague ISD; Terrell ISD; Texans Can Academies; Texas School for the Deaf (Austin); Thorndale ISD; Three Way ISD; Throckmorton ISD; Valley View ISD; Van ISD; Waco Charter School (Waco); Waco ISD; Waxahachie Faith Family Academy (Waxahachie); Waxahachie ISD; Weatherford ISD; Wells ISD; West Orange-Cove Consolidated ISD; Westwood ISD; Whiteface Consolidated ISD; Winters ISD; Woodson ISD; YES Prep Public Schools Inc. (YES Prep Southside/Houston); and Ysleta ISD.
Visit the TEA Grants Awarded page to learn more about the Technology Lending Program Grant.
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