Division of Information & Instructional Technology (DIIT)

The mission of the DeKalb County School District (DCSD) is to ensure student success, leading to higher education, work, and lifelong learning. In the District’s strategic plan, our core beliefs guide us to focus on teaching and learning with a goal of embedding an equitable and accessible 21st Century learning environment. This future ready learning environment supported by the use of emerging technologies throughout the curriculum will enable relevant and personalized learning as well as develop and nurture adaptable skills for all students. Success will continue to be defined by how well this learning environment produces globally competitive students prepared for higher education, work, and life-long learning in a rapidly changing society. A mission this significant and impactful requires the district to continue extensive evaluation and planning as it pertains to the district’s educational technology infrastructure and tools.

The Division of Information & Instructional Technology comprises of customer service-oriented professionals dedicated to the integration and implementation of technology across DeKalb County School District. Our goal is to expand the walls of the classroom by providing access to information and programs anytime, anywhere for anyone in a 21st century learning environment. Our job is to facilitate unique collaborative partnerships between our customers – students, teachers, staff, parents and the community. The results are improved student achievement and optimum business processes, to establish and maintain a technology-rich teaching and learning environment where students and staff develop 21st century skills to be successful citizens in a global community.