Information Technology (IT) at Tulsa Public Schools provides technology solutions that drive our journey to Destination Excellence. By unleashing the power of of technology, we foster a culture of continuous improvement and embrace the idea that every individual is a learner, contributor, and designer. We strive to provide a variety of technology services to meet our diverse customer needs and create cutting-edge learning environments for our students and teachers.
Our schools are filled with eager, energetic, and innovative 21st century learners. We recognize the importance of technology in the classroom when it comes to engaging young people in the learning process. The IT team supports our teachers and school leaders to use technology in a way that further enriches each child's learning experience.
integrating Technology into schools and classrooms
We strive to provide technology that adds value to student learning experiences. Some recent classroom technology includes:
- 3D Printing
- Google Expeditions (Virtual Reality)
Extending the classroom experience
Technology helps to ensure that learning never stops. We are committed to using technology to close learning gaps and increase equity for our students
Through the Sprint 1Million Project, many of our families will have access to mobile hotspots - providing them high-speed internet access.*
*For information on the Sprint 1Million Project, please contact the IT Service Desk.
IT Service Desk
Hours of operation:
Monday - Friday, 7am - 5pm
"What we're really doing is preparing students for jobs that don't exist and to use technologies, sciences, and methods we haven't discovered yet to solve problems that we haven't identified yet."
- Jamie Casp, Education Evangelist at Google
IT by the Numbers
We work to equip every student and school with great tools for learning. In the 2018-2019 school year, our schools will have:
3,800 interactive displays
Every classroom in our district will be equipped with interactive displays to support delivery of instruction. Schools are transitioning to Interactive Flat Display Panels.
Every student in our district has access to devices, which include Chromebooks and tablets.