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CoSN and EdScoop Announce NextGeneration Leaders

CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking) and EdScoop today unveiled the winners of the NextGeneration Leaders Program – a new national initiative that recognizes emerging K-12 education technology leaders.
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CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking) and EdScoop today unveiled the winners of the NextGeneration Leaders Program – a new national initiative that recognizes emerging K-12 education technology leaders.

Chosen among 29 finalists from across the country, the 2016 NextGeneration Leaders are:

  • Michele Eaton, CETL, Director of Virtual and Blended Learning, Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township (Indianapolis, IN)
  • Travis Eldridge, Technology Integration Specialist, Laramie County School District #1 
    (Cheyenne, WY)
  • Roshni Lakhi, Blended Learning Specialist, Highlander Institute (Providence, RI)
  • Andrew Neiburg, Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, Henrico County Public Schools (Henrico, VA)
  • Nathan White, CETL, IT Operations Manager, Elmore County Public Schools (Wetumpka, AL)

The education leaders were honored today in a ceremony at the CoSN 2016 Annual Conference in Washington, DC. The NextGeneration Leaders Program is co-sponsored by EdScoop with support from Microsoft.

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