On Thursday March 3, NJSBA held its third annual Technology Conference , which featured talks by experts such as Evo Popoff, assistant commissioner and chief innovation officer for the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE); Laurence Cocco, NJDOE director, Office of Educational Technology; and Travis Allen, founder of the iSchool Initiative.

Michael Esolda, chief technology officer for Woodbridge Township school district
Michael Esolda, chief technology officer for Woodbridge Township school district
Vincent LaForgia, E-Rate Consulting
Vincent LaForgia, E-Rate Consulting
Bob Kutulis, Atlantic Tomorrow’s Office
Bob Kutulis, Atlantic Tomorrow’s Office
Travis Allen, iSchool Initiative
Travis Allen, iSchool Initiative
Dan Burger, ProMedia Technology Services
Dan Burger, ProMedia Technology Services
William Donio, Cooper Levenson
William Donio, Cooper Levenson
The iSchool Initiative brought a 38-foot Digital Learning Revolution Tour bus that functions as a mobile classroom. Attendees had the opportunity to visit and see the potential of technology in education first hand.
The iSchool Initiative brought a 38-foot Digital Learning Revolution Tour bus that functions as a mobile classroom. Attendees had the opportunity to visit and see the potential of technology in education first hand.
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