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SCHOOL CIO SUMMIT 2015: WHAT’S NEXT?

Edtech leaders gathered at School CIO Summit in October at the Wyndham Grand Chicago Riverfront to explore the question: “What’s Next?”
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Edtech leaders gathered at School CIO Summit in October at the Wyndham Grand Chicago Riverfront to explore the question: “What’s Next?” Attendees shared their stories about how they are (or are not) keeping up with the speed at which technology is changing. Workgroup conversations explored PD, infrastructure, leading innovation, telling your stories, and more. The full report will be available next month at www.schoolcio.com

Jon Faro from Securly.

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Burlington Public Schools’ Patrick Larkin and T&L Content Director Kevin HoganSouth Portland School Department’s Andrew Wallace presents at the “What’s Next” panel.

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Maine Township High School District 207’s Henry Thiele moderates the panel discussion.Des Plaines School District 62’s Jennie Magiera.

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Dr. Amy Liszt, Director of Strategic Engagement at UChicago Impact, leads a panel featuring Miama Dade’s Debbie Karcher, Mooresville Graded School District’s Scott Smith, and River Dell Regional School District’s Patrick Fletcher and Marianthe Williams.Fun on the boat cruise with Wallace, Sharon Public Schools’ John Marcus, SchoolCIO editor Ellen Ullman, and Newport-Mesa Unified School District’s Jenith Mishne.

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