Student training is typically not a cost item since it is part of the educational process. In other words, students learn how to use the LCCDs in the classroom, just as they would learn mathematics or science. Training to use LCCDs is not a primary goal, but rather a tool to enhance or reinforce other subject matter.
While student training may not be broken out as a cost item, students still must be educated on how to use the LCCDs available to them. The amount of training necessary will depend on a number of factors, including the LCCDs available, how familiar teachers and students are with the LCCDs and their capabilities, and the expected uses of the devices in the classroom.