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Online Chat Today: Creating a Culture of Innovation

Today at 2 p.m. Eastern, Education Week will be hosting an online chat on "Creating a Culture of Innovation" in K-12 school districts. The discussion will feature a pair of school superintendents who have tried to transform their districts through technology and other means.

The guests are David Britten, superintendent of the Godfrey-Lee school district in Wyoming, Mich., who has sought to revamp his small, high-poverty district's technology programs and improve communication with parents and the community; and Linda Clark, superintendent of Joint School District No. 2, in Meridian, Idaho, who has also pushed for more and better technology use in her district, making a special effort to involve teachers in shaping ed-tech initiatives. 

Education Week explored those topics, and the many challenges school leaders face in integrating technology into teaching and learning, in our recent special report, "Managing the Digital District."

You can take part in the chat by going to this link.

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