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IT Infrastructure & Management Webinar

Build an Effective EdTech Stack for Your Students

Tue., April 11, 2023, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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In the fast-paced world of education technology, K12 leaders must stay ahead of the curve. With the rapid expansion of ed tech, it’s easy for schools to accumulate a patchwork of different tools and platforms that are difficult to manage and integrate. Consolidating your tech stack and understanding the capabilities that support your strategic plan will help streamline workflows, minimize change fatigue, and improve student outcomes for the future. 

In this webinar, a few of the most respected leaders in K12 education will discuss core technical capabilities needed now, drivers to advance your district strategy, and possibilities for what technology could enable in the future.  

Gain essential insights into:

  • Strategies for technology prioritization and how to make decisions that advance district plans
  • Best practices for high-fidelity implementation and adoption
  • Possibilities for system or school redesign that are tech-enabled
  • How to build systems that are accessible and inclusive

Whether you’re a technologist, academic, or superintendent, this webinar will provide practical insights and actionable strategies to help you build a strong foundation for planning how technology can support how we reach all learners.

Marlo Gaddis
Chief Technology Officer, Wake County Public Schools (NC)
Dannielle Lord
Executive Director of Technology, Mooresville Graded School District (NC)
Kelly May Vollmar
Superintendent, Desert Sands Unified School District (CA)
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