Back Office Technology: Building a Resilient District
While no organization is immune to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, school districts seem to be amongst those hardest hit. And while classrooms may now be virtual, school administrators are wrestling with the need to keep to “business as usual” in the operational, finance, human resources, and payroll groups – even as their district offices may be closed and essential staff working from home. Many schools and school systems are being tested like never before, struggling to determine critical priorities that align their digital strategy for learning and for running the school.
Join us in this timely, special-edition webinar as our experts discuss:
• The operational impact the pandemic is causing K12 districts across the nation
• A baseline technology checklist to ensure your back-office teams are well connected
• Tips and best practices your leadership and administrative teams can rely upon to get through these turbulent times
• Strategies to manage district and teacher relations and expectations
• How to leave an impactful and lasting legacy by being an agent of digital transformation
Meet Your Speakers
President and CEO @Advancing Global EDU, Inc.
Michael Campbell is the President and CEO of Advancing Global EDU, Inc. Michael’s passion for improving education through innovation has helped private and not-for-profit organizations market solutions that support the learning community. While serving in various strategic executive marketing management positions in the PK–20 technology and publishing industries, Michael has championed industry innovations in data management, and student engagement strategies, helping to influence growth and innovation in the industry. Previously, Michael held leadership positions with Forward Thinking EDU, Learning Bird, Follett Software Company, ETA hand2mind, Pearson, Cengage and McGraw-Hill Higher Education. Michael has served on the board of the Educational Technology Industry Network (ETIN), a division of the Software Information Industry Association (SIIA). Michael speaks at various conferences on topics ranging from marketing to funding opportunities for schools and businesses in education.