Equity, Agency and Mastery
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Wednesday, May 20 • 10:30am - 11:00am
What Successful App Vetting Looks Like

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The job of selecting high quality digital products has become more stressful for everyone in K-12 education from the classroom teacher, school principal, curriculum leader and information technology professional. School district across the nation are trying to figure out what applications work, how they work, what they work with and who they work for. Growing concerns about student data privacy are adding to the headaches and hurdles for educators wanting to utilize personalized learning using tools. No educator should have to go through the app vetting and selection process alone. Learn about Baltimore County Public Schools’ (BCPS) collaborative and comprehensive application vetting process which takes into consideration interoperability, data privacy, accessibility and instructional standards. Gain and understanding how this process helps ensure equity, create efficiencies and increase security.

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Jeanne Imbriale

Director, Baltimore County Public Schools
As Director of the Office of Enterprise Applications for the 25th largest school district in the country, Jeanne Imbriale’s focus is on optimizing the use of technology to improve learning for its 111,000 students. This includes leading the development of system solutions for all... Read More →

Tara McNulty

Supervisor, Baltimore County Public Schools

Jim Corns

Executive Director, Baltimore County Public Schools

Wednesday May 20, 2020 10:30am - 11:00am MDT