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Matthew Peterson – Glendale Elementary School District

Funding is a constant challenge for public schools, especially those serving low-income communities. In a time when student and teacher access to technology has never been more crucial, Matthew Peterson, director and chief information officer for Glendale Elementary School District (GESD) in Glendale, Arizona, has taken a value-oriented approach to building up the district’s technology […]

Lee Krichmar – Rancho Santiago Community College District

The Rancho Santiago Community College District (RSCCD) is divided into two distinct campuses: Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College, just 20 minutes apart. Combined, the schools serve around 90,000 students on an annual basis, which equates to around 34,000 full time equivalent students, making RSCCD one of the larger community college districts in California. […]

David Swartz — American University

In the heart of the nation’s capital, American University (AU) has been in operation for more than 123 years. Today, AU has more than 14,000 students and is continuously recognized for its balance of class time and career-advancing experience in Washington, D.C., with more than 89 percent of students participating in outside internships in a […]

Kenneth J. Thompson — Baltimore City Public Schools

The Baltimore City Public Schools are demonstrating that career readiness begins long before college by giving all students, elementary through and high school, access to the technology tools, courses and certifications that will prepare them for future careers in the digital world, some that don’t even exist yet. With 85,000-plus students enrolled the district is […]

Rod Houpe – Cleveland Metropolitan School District

A strong network of technological solutions is a vital part of any organization, especially one with 40,000 students to track. In his role as chief information officer for the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD), Rod Houpe is in charge of coordinating information services for the state’s second largest K-12 school system and the nation’s most […]

Technical Innovation LLC

With so many information technology applications and tools, the market is flooded with choices, leaving many companies wondering what the ideal solution is for their organization. Navigating the chaos and helping companies determine the best user interface to deliver productive workflow is Atlanta-based Technical Innovation LLC. “The goal is to bring a simple and elegant […]

Steven Langford – Beaverton School District

In terms of technology, emphasis is often placed on the physical device — is it the latest model, does it take the highest-quality photos and does it run the newest applications? These are the questions most people ask, but in Beaverton, Oregon, just outside of Portland, the Beaverton School District is replacing paper and pencils […]

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