I would recommend the following:
Much more than a technology plan, this is an interactive portal that draws together district leaders around a best-practice framework for effectively using technology in teaching and learning. Components include the following:
• Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
• Use of Space and Time
• Robust Infrastructure
• Data and Privacy
• Community Partnerships
• Personalized Professional Learning
• Budget and Resources
National Educational Technology Plan: Again from the U.S. DoEd, this document is designed as a vision paper for the country, but districts could use the components as inspiration and an outline for developing their own plans.
And let's not forget our CoSN resources, though not a technology plan per se.
• Empowered Superintendent framework and the Certified Education Technology Leader (CETL) certification as frameworks off of which you could build a meaningful, contextually relevant plan for a district.
• CoSN Horizon Report: Worksheets, collaborative framework for scoping technology.
Commission for Educational Technology
State of Connecticut
55 Farmington Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105