NSBA Announces Emerging Education Technology Leaders as “20 to Watch”
The National School Boards Association has announced the 20 most outstanding emerging leaders in education technology to coincide with the 20th anniversary of NSBA’s T+L conference being held in Dallas, November 8-10.
A nationwide search was conducted and a call for nominations issued to identify the top 20. Among those considered were classroom, building and district leaders, as well as those individuals making exceptional contributions in state departments of education.
“Throughout the history of education technology innovation, the real successes have been led by educators with the vision, passion, and human spirit to embrace new tools and explore how these tools could become critical components in helping to transform teaching and learning,” said Ann Flynn, director of education technology for NSBA. “We hope this program will encourage educators to reflect on the hard work and commitment of their colleagues.”
Forsyth's own Jill Hobson, Director of Instructional Technology has been recognized in this group.
For more information, visit NSBA's Twenty to Watch web site.
Last Modified on June 19, 2007