MLTI 2.0 Infrastructure

Maine school technology Infrastructure is the backbone of student connectivity.  The newfound use of technology arising from the COVID-19 pandemic is forging new opportunities for teaching and learning. This along with the rapid change-pace of technology creates both new and increasing demands upon local infrastructure.

All Maine students should have the opportunity to use technology to live, learn, and thrive. 

MLTI 2.0 aims to support school cyberinfrastructure for the purpose of EQUITY, SAFETY/SECURITY, and STUDENT OPPORTUNITY

MLTI Cyber Performance Grants! 

(DOE Newsroom Article)

The application window has closed.  Applications will be processed during July and results will be communicated to each applicant. 

Reach out to the MLTI Technology Infrastructure Specialist for support with the development of district technology plans, staff security awareness training, new school construction technologies, special cyber projects, school committee presentations, cybersecurity concerns, and overall technology infrastructure needs.


Jim Chasse
Technology Infrastructure Specialist
Phone: 207-707-0486