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Theme: Empowered Leadership Leveraging Technology to Bring Change

District leaders can make or break educational technology initiatives. They are responsible for ensuring that their school districts embrace transformative digital learning, while balancing student privacy and efficient data management. Technology leadership is a continuously evolving role. CoSN collaborates with district leaders to assess their challenges and increase their capacity to lead technology efforts. The NH Clinic will bring together leaders from around New Hampshire to discuss pressing issues in information technology and further build their knowledge, skills, and confidence.

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Friday, May 13 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Navigating To A Trusted Learning Environment

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Hear local, state and federal perspectives on developing trusted learning environments. Steve Smith, CIO, Cambridge public schools will present and discuss models for addressing student data privacy concerns in a hybrid cloud environment. Steve will demonstrate procedures implemented in Cambridge Public Schools as well as a state model leveraged in MA to coordinate common contracting terms with online providers. Steve will also summarize many national efforts underway addressing privacy concerns.


Steve Smith

CIO, Cambridge Public Schools
Steve Smith, CIO Cambridge Public Schools, has twenty years of CIO/CTO experience in both rural and urban, large and small, school districts in New England. Currently an active member of CoSN and METAA. Recently Steve has spent a great deal of time | navigating student privacy issues. Steve has represented both Maine and Massachusetts on the National Forum on Education Statistics and is a member of the Forum's Education Data Privacy Working... Read More →

Friday May 13, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Garwood Room

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