District CIO

Enhancing Visitor Management After Sandy Hook

In the months following the Sandy Hook massacre, schools nationwide have stepped up efforts to provide safe environments for teachers and students, and many have turned to high-tech solutions.

Charter School Technology Teacher

Charter School for Applied Technologies

Buffalo, N.Y.

Chief Information Officer

Oak Lawn Hometown School District 123

Oak Lawn, Ill.

International Society for Technology in Education 2013

June 23-26, 2013

San Antonio, Texas

20th Anniversary Hot Springs Technology Institute Conference

June 17-20, 2013

Hot Springs, Ark.

UBTech Conference 2013

June 10-12, 2013

Orlando, Fla.

InfoComm13

June 8-14, 2013

Orlando, Fla.

Florida Superintendent Recommends CIO for Deputy Superintendent

New Superintendent Rick Mills, the former chief executive officer of Minneapolis Public Schools who started in Manatee County on March 20, has recommended former Minneapolis colleague Don Hall, a chief information officer, for one of two deputy superintendent posts he created earlier this month.

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Peotone (Ill.) District Hires Director of Curriculum and Technology

After serving nearly 20 years in Mokena, Charles Vitton told the MSD159 Board of Education on April 17 that he was moving on to join outgoing Superintendent Steve Stein at Peotone Community Unit School District 207U as director of curriculum and technology.

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Robotics Competition Will Help Gets Kids Interested in STEM Careers

Many of us in today’s workforce had help from parents, teachers, mentors or peers in identifying what we wanted to become and getting started in our careers. Today’s students need the same kind of assistance to become the backbone of tomorrow’s workforce and our future leaders. The robotics competition can help.

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