On Friday March 8, the NJSBA held its Sixth Annual Technology Conference, featuring a keynote presentation from Linda Eno, assistant commissioner of education for the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE), and a panel discussion by the Howell Township Public Schools.

School board members, school administrators and technology experts learned from industry experts in breakout sessions and during a networking lunch.

New Jersey Assistant Commissioner of Education Linda Eno addresses conference attendees during the keynote session.
New Jersey Assistant Commissioner of Education Linda Eno addresses conference attendees during the keynote session.
The Howell Township school district shared its successes, challenges, strategies, and resources in the field of technology that attributed to student success. Panelists included Joseph Isola, superintendent of schools; Bruce Preston, assistant superintendent, curriculum and personnel; Claire Engle, director of digital learning and innovation; Jane Losinger, supervisor of language arts literacy; Ray Gredder, principal at Memorial Elementary School, and Stephen Rao, computer science teacher at Ramtown Elementary School.
The Howell Township school district shared its successes, challenges, strategies, and resources in the field of technology that attributed to student success. Panelists included Joseph Isola, superintendent of schools; Bruce Preston, assistant superintendent, curriculum and personnel; Claire Engle, director of digital learning and innovation; Jane Losinger, supervisor of language arts literacy; Ray Gredder, principal at Memorial Elementary School, and Stephen Rao, computer science teacher at Ramtown Elementary School.
Experts in the technology field and conference attendees took part in a networking lunch on various technology issues and solutions.
Experts in the technology field and conference attendees took part in a networking lunch on various technology issues and solutions.
Conference attendees look over their materials and exchange ideas.
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