Fort Lauderdale, FL, October 22, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Technology Directors at school districts today are tasked with several challenges. They must not only stay ahead of industry trends but also tap into best-in-class technology tools for the maximum benefit of students and teachers. Additionally, these leaders must also demonstrate foresight when it comes to tackling administrative and workflow challenges, security concerns, and data safety. All in all, Technology Directors play a crucial role in ensuring that institutions stay aligned with the digital shift and improve student outcomes, all within a limited budget.
“Education Technology Insights is exalted to honor these Top 10 innovative School District Technology Directors for the year 2019 for their contribution towards the progress of their respective School Districts leveraging technology,” said Tina Rosen, Editor-in-Chief of Education Tech Insights Magazine.
Education Tech Insights is proud to present their Top 10 Innovative School District Tech Directors, who shed light on the current edtech landscape and the latest and greatest innovations in the space. Each of the following Directors have been shortlisted by a panel of researchers, educators and professionals at EdTech Insights for their pioneering work toward the advancement of quality technology solutions in education.
Here is the list of Top 10 innovative School District Technology Directors by Education Tech Insights:
1) Dr. Themistocles Sparangis
Senior Director, Information Technology, Los Angeles Unified School District
2) Larry Plank
Director, K-12 Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Education, Hillsborough County Public Schools
3) Lisa Watkins
Director of School Technology Solutions, Gwinnett County Public Schools
4) Cristin Kennedy
Director of Instructional Technology, Cobb County School District
5) Melissa Dodd
Chief Technology Officer, San Francisco Unified School District
6) Lawrence Esplin
Technology Director, Washington County School District
7) Natalie Carrignan
Director of Technology, Westport Public Schools
8) Tricia George
Executive Director of Technology and Information Services, North Clackamas Schools
9) Joshua Koen
Newark Public Schools, Executive Director for Educational Technology and Computer Science
10) Allen Clasen
Director of Technology, Community Unit School District 308
Education Tech Insights congratulates all of them for their vision and endeavor to shape next-gen educational institutions.
About Education Tech Insights:
Education Tech Insights is a business magazine that talks about the latest technology trends and innovative solutions in the Education industry. It is a peer learning platform for Senior-level Education industry experts and decision-makers to learn and share their experiences with products/services in the Education industry. For more info, visit: www.educationtechnologyinsights.com