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District level leadership and coordination are necessary for the district's investment in instructional materials and technology to result in effective teaching and learning. These responsibilities require a certain amount of time and effort to fulfill properly. District level coordination should not be expected from a person with full time responsibility for providing library media services at the building level.
September 1, 1998 marked the publication date of the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for Information & Technology Literacy (ITLS). The document was created by a statewide task force whose charge was to develop a set of clear, measurable academic standards defining what Wisconsin students, by the end of grades four, eight and twelve, should know and be able to do relative to the access, evaluation, and use of information and technology.