Gaggle Webinar Alert – Securing Title IV Federal Funds to Safeguard Schools
Charlotte Andrist, Nickel Communications PR
webinar for K-12 educators featuring Kecia Ray, Ed. D. and Susan
Gentz, founder and owner of BSG Strategies, LLC
WHEN: Tuesday, March 12 at noon EST
Bloomington, Ill. – March 5, 2019 – Keeping students safe is a top priority for K-12 district leaders. Yet so is affording students greater opportunities to use technology in the classroom. It goes without saying that technology can transform learning and create incredible opportunities, but without strong accountability, it can open up pathways for students to disrupt safe learning environments. So, how can districts successfully walk the tightrope of incorporating technology while keeping student safety and a stretched budget in mind?
On Tuesday, March 12 at noon EST, guest speakers Kecia Ray, Ed. D. and Susan Gentz will present an informative, free webinar on “Securing Title IV Funds to Safeguard Schools.” The webinar –– hosted by Gaggle –– will focus on where districts can find funds, including Title IV, for purchasing student safety technologies that help ensure the welfare of students in and out of the classroom.
Kecia Ray, Ed. D, is a former district administrator for Metropolitan Nashville Schools where she led the award-winning design, implementation and evaluation of instructional technology programs in the district. She is now a graduate instructor of education at Johns Hopkins University, and after leading the Center for Digital4 Education for three years, she currently leads a leadership community forum, K20Connect.
Susan Gentz is the founder and owner of BSG Strategies, LLC, a consulting business focused specifically on education leadership and technology through practice and policy. She has extensive policy experience as a former U.S. Senate staffer and legislative aide in the Iowa House of Representatives. She has served as the Deputy Executive Director for the Center for Digital Education and worked on the Every Student Succeeds Act along with state education policy at iNACOL.
There is no cost to join the webinar, but registration is required. For more information go to: https://pages.gaggle.net/titleivwebinar/.
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