Overview

June 28
11AM PT, 2PM ET

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School districts across the country are working hard to transform public education, improve student achievement and become strategic drivers for change. Innovation, however, must take root beyond the classroom. Leveraging modern technology for business and operational processes can yield significant efficiencies so that school districts can focus scarce resources on the educational mission instead of administration.

Join the Center for Digital Education and representatives from educational organizations across the county on June 28 at 11:00am PT/2:00pm ET to hear how they are using SaaS solutions to reduce manual processes, facilitate resource sharing, reduce costs and better protect themselves from the ever-increasing risks of cyber attacks.

We’ll also explore:

  • How modernizing IT is helping these organizations improve teacher hiring, reduce class sizes and shift budgets to better school infrastructure
  • How business process improvements and best practice adoption allow sharper focus on the classroom
  • How a comprehensive, integrated and secure platform drives ease of use and better insights across school district operations

Speakers

 

Addi Lowell

Director of Budgeting, Wichita Public Schools

 

Richard Marusic

Comptroller, Allegheny Intermediate Unit

 

Erin Koebel

Director of Human Resources & Labor Relations, Allegheny Intermediate Unit

 

Karen Sandone

Director of Human Resources, Bucks County Intermediate Unit

 

Tom Ryan — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Education and Chief Information & Strategy Officer, Santa Fe Public Schools