EETT


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EETTEnhancing Education Through Technology
EETTElectronic Engineering Times - Taiwan
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EETT has become more popular in recent years with the application of regenerative braking [21], which is able to convert kinetic energy into electricity during train braking.
The proposed metric is called MCWMR-BEETT (Multi-Channel-Width Multi-Radio Bits per EETT) is able to choose the amount of radios and width of channels used in each link and perform routing in order to decrease interference between links.
Some would assume the shift from EETT funding means the government is less supportive of technology, but Secretary of Education Arne Duncan claims that isn't the case.
In the past, the EETT program was used to assist teachers and students to achieve higher scores on the Ohio Achievement Test in reading.
In particular, the unclear status of Title II-D of the No Child Left Behind Act, Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT), the last protected pocket of money for school technology, has districts and industry groups fearing the future of federal technology funding.
Funding for individual programs, such as the Improving Literacy Through School Libraries grant and the Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) program, has been consolidated, effectively eliminating the programs and denying many districts the funds they need.
The list of 13 proposed priorities also does not reflect President Obama's 2011 budget request for the Education Department, which indicated a focus on "integrating technology into instruction and using technology to drive improvements in teaching and learning." Instead, it demonstrates a mind-set that eliminated Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT), a key federal technology funding source, from that same proposed budget.
Recognizing the importance of the matter, President Obama and congressional leaders included $650 million in the federal stimulus package for the Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) state grant program--25 percent of which must be used for professional development on the best uses of technology--that will begin flowing to schools later this month.