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Lora Bennett – Charles County Public Schools

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As quarantines swept the nation at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, students of Charles County, Maryland, were sent home—and Lora Bennett had to act quickly. As the executive director of information technology strategy for Charles County Public Schools, she had a find a way to enable students to learn from the comfort and safety […]

Ling Huang – Technology North

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It’s been more than two years since Ling Huang launched a business helping companies digitize documents and files while also providing employment for people on the autism spectrum—including his son. Though growth of the business that’s part of Technology North has been slowed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Huang says the results make the conclusion clear. “If […]

Leonard De Botton – Berkeley College

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Berkeley College Senior Vice President and CIO Leonard De Botton understands the importance of preparation and people. Speaking with Toggle in early November 2020, De Botton was in the middle of helping neighbors react to an upcoming storm that didn’t turn into a hurricane but brought up memories of Hurricane Sandy. Given the area’s history […]

Luis Enrique Gómez Sutti – Universidad Panamericana

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As Universidad Panamericana grows, you can count Luis Enrique Gómez Sutti among school leaders with big expectations for the role it will play in higher education in Mexico. As manager of the IT infrastructure at the university’s Mexico City campus, Gómez Sutti wants no less than for Universidad Panamericana to be as an Ivy League […]

Lisa Spencer – Prince George’s County Public Schools

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Getting Prince George’s County Public Schools fully into the digital age has been a long process, but one that picked up speed as the 20th largest public school district in the U.S. found its schools closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. As Lisa Spencer tells it, she’s helped integrate the school system’s tech for more […]

Ling Huang – Technology North

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It’s an outlook Ling Huang couldn’t change if he wanted to. “I look at system issues on the whole,” Ling says. “Things can be easily solved by a holistic system engineering approach.” Maybe not always so easily. After all, it’s been a decade since he first fully committed himself to helping people on the autism […]

Liza Klumpar – Franklin Pierce School District

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If you ask Liza Klumpar to describe the impact of Franklin Pierce School District’s (FPSD) 1:1 initiative—aimed at outfitting every student with a personal laptop—prepare for a beaming barrage of numbers: 3,600 student devices in elementary schools by the end of 2018; a total of 7,800 across the district by the end of 2019. Or […]

L. Dallas Wooten – Eastern Lancaster County School District

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There’s the robust 1:1 initiative, launched with the goal of giving every K-12 student their own personal laptop. Inside the classrooms, new rotational learning models, where students engage in multiple course-related activities, are reinventing the old class period paradigm. All of it backed by a state-of-the-art WAN network. When L. Dallas Wooten surveys the IT […]

Larry Stoffel – Franklin College

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Franklin, Indiana, prides itself on being a small but well-rounded city. With a population of roughly 25,000, it hosts operations for several international companies, including Toyota and Mitsubishi; it has abundant recreational space and several historic and cultural institutions; its college and high school sports teams have racked up the championships; and it is just […]

Lord Fairfax Community College

Est. reading time: 4 mins

“Right now, I’m in sneakers. I’m not behind a desk in a suit and tie,” says Richard Crim. “I mop up. If I see a mess, I’m not going to call buildings and grounds when I know they’re just as busy as I am.” Similarly, he remembers overhearing a lost and panicked student asking another […]

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