About CTAP Region 1
CTAP Region 1, the California Technology Assistance Project, is a group of regional consortia who provide technical assistance to county offices of education, districts and schools on issues related to educational technology.
CTAP works to facilitate collaboration among existing projects and services and to promote the development of regional support structures, consistent with regionally developed technology-use plans, that emphasize interagency and interprogram coordination.
Region 1 encompasses an area of over 11,000 square miles and stretches over 400 miles along the Highway 101 corridor. The area is primarily rural and the major industries are fishing, lumber, and agriculture.
CTAP Region 1 encompasses districts in Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino, Lake, and Sonoma Counties. Mendocino is the lead educational agency.
Mission StatementIntegrating Digital Technology
The mission of CTAP Region 1 is to provide assistance in integrating technology into teaching and learning for all of the 530 schools and 97 districts throughout Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Mendocino and Sonoma Counties. On an annual basis, CTAP Region 1 provides professional development and service activities to 1,735 participants in four key component areas:
- Data School Management
- Information & Learning Resources
- Telecommunications Infrastructure
- Coordination & Funding
Direct access to technology, technical assistance and technical information is accomplished by restructuring and coordinating a variety of existing programs and services into a new model of support, using the funding made available through the California Technology Assistance Project (CTAP).
Paul Joens-Poulton, Director
Mendocino County Office of Education
2240 Old River Road
Ukiah, CA 95482
Last Updated (Tuesday, 02 October 2012 22:14)