Chip Kimball is well on his way to achieving the goal he has set for himself and the Lake Washington School District.
"My charter was to create the most information-rich school district in the country," he said. "Ideally, we want to use technology for the betterment of the whole system."
Kimball, the assistant superintendent for Lake Washington, is a former science teacher and technology coordinator for Madera School District and has held positions as a private-sector technology consultant and Technology Center Fellow.
He recently led his district to the largest funding measure in its history ($260 million), including $30 million