This paper described how the government’s policies influence the implementation oftechnology integration in a school through the narrations of two veterans of an InformationTechnology team. First, the school had to allocate resources on their own in order to geton the wagon of technology integration. This was because the inequity among districtscaused by unequal distribution of educational resources. Second, the team was frustratedat the administrative conflicts and strained interpersonal relationship because the schoolsuffered from the problem of unequal distribution of resources within school. Thesuffering was caused by the competition-and-technology-oriented strategy ofpolicy-implementation, and the drop of expected funding because of the lack ofmacroscopic and rigorous plans. Finally, the outcome-oriented evaluation became abarrier of technology integration because it increased teachers’ workload.
Keywords: technology integration, educational technology policy, narrative research