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Blair Anderson – Shawnee Heights Unified School District 450

The data center is no place to be siloed. Not if technology directors want to gauge the impact of their initiatives in the overall scheme of things. For that reason and more, you’ll likely find Blair Anderson and his team regularly visiting the classrooms of Shawnee Heights Unified School District 450 in northeast Kansas. The […]

Rob Dickson – Wichita Public Schools

In one classroom, students have traded pens and notebooks for the latest tablets and laptops, opening a new world of learning—one where online content is easily updated and lessons can be learned at home. Just across town, students share devices that are outdated and sparse. When the final bell rings, the devices remain in school, […]

Jonathan Judy – Tift County Schools

A pregnant student leaves school to take care of her baby. A middle schooler is learning faster than the rest of the class and needs a more challenging course load. A high school student with an eye on the Ivy League is looking for a stronger academic resume. Like many working in education, Jonathan Judy […]

Jason Inman – Elkhart Community Schools

On his first day at Elkhart Community Schools (ECS), Jason Inman remembers walking into the IT Department and seeing everyone running around answering phones and filling out service tickets nonstop. Staff was surely busy, but it wasn’t exactly what the new director of technology services envisioned as best practices for taking technology and educational programming […]

Ron Horn – Guilford Technical Community College

Ron Horn has gone back to school, though it’s not a new or unusual event for someone whose resume shows a lifetime of continuing education. Only this time, Horn is leading as well as learning as the chief information officer at Guilford Technical Community College in north-central North Carolina. Intent on transforming learning at the […]

Sanjeev Sah – Medical University of South Carolina

Given the choice, no parent would ever want to have their child hospitalized. But if it happens in the Charleston, South Carolina area, Sanjeev Sah is certain the soon-to-open MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital will offer the best care a patient and family could ask for. Sah is not a pediatrician or health care specialist, […]

Jim Blodgett – Middleton-Cross Plains Area Schools

It’s important for team members in any organization: Be on the same page. Pull in the same direction. But when you’re managing information services for a big, ethnically and economically diverse school district with 7,500 students in 13 facilities across eight municipalities, “being on the same page” is a challenge. It’s hard enough to even […]

Mark Murray – Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School

Early morning ice time and hours of rigorous practice made for some pretty long days for Gabriel Malek, a high school student who also happened to be playing in a premier junior ice hockey team. Studies were obviously important, but so was his potential pathway to the National Hockey League. The question became: how to […]

Todd Borland – Union Public Schools

The idea that a school district can own a student’s data—from semester transcripts and grades to awards and recognitions, even diplomas—is one that’s garnered increased acceptance in recent years. But a school system is merely a steward of that information—students are the masters. This is Todd Borland’s philosophy. As the executive director of technology for […]

Devin Holzer – Pleasant Valley School District

No one will ever hear Devin Holzer clank down a hallway in a suit of steel so heavy it crushes the floor tiles under his feet. Nor will anyone see him suddenly shift his shape into an armored vehicle laden with weaponry for a never-ending fight against evil. Yet no matter how softly the district […]

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