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The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) has elected a new board of directors for the coming year, which includes four incumbents and three new members.
The new board members will take office in June at the ISTE 2012 conference and exposition in San Diego. Board officer elections will take place at that time as well. Education consultant Holly Jobe, previously a project manager for the Pennsylvania Department of Education, will begin her second year as board president.
The new people added to the board, which currently features 19 members, include:
Incumbents to the board are:
ISTE is a membership association that promotes the use of technology in preK-12 and teacher education. It has 18,500 members in 80 countries.
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