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Digital Teaching & Learning Grant Program

Since 2012 the state of Utah, including the local school systems, the Utah State Board of Education (USBE), the Utah Education and Telehealth Network (UETN), and the Legislature have been working to best leverage the power of technology for learning. The Legislature created and charged the USBE to combine these efforts to create the following qualifying grant program for Utah.

About the Program

Program Overview (PDF)
Utah’s Master Plan (PDF)

The Digital Teaching and Learning Qualifying Grant Program for Local Education Agencies (LEA’s) was created in accordance to Utah Code Section 53F-2-510 and Utah State Board of Education (USBE) Rule R277-922. To support LEA’s, see the grant planning template that outlines the required elements for an LEA Plan to be considered by the Utah State Board of Education. The planning template provides an overview of program due dates, locations for the required Bootcamp, and requirements for an LEA plan.

Digital Teaching and Learning in Utah



Incoming Utah LEAs are required to attend DTL Bootcamp to help inform the creation of their Digital Teaching and Learning plan. The bootcamp will provide technical expertise from USBE to support LEAs creating their comprehensive application on site with support.


Review One (Draft) Due: April 17, 2019
Review Two (Final) Due: May 15, 2019

2020 Fiscal Year Application Cycle information


Technology Inventories

Charter School 2017 Technology Inventory



LEA Information


Resources to Support your Digital Teaching and Learning Plan Development


Digital Teaching and Learning Advisory Committee Members:

Dr. Patty Norman
Utah State Board of Education
Dr. Ray Timothy
Utah Education and Telehealth Network
Todd Call, Coordinator
Utah State Board of Education
Tony Campbell
Washington School District
Fred Donaldson
DaVinci Academy
Missy Hamilton
Murray School District
Jim Langston
Tooele School District
Duke Mossman
NUES Executive Director