Helping Districts Navigate the Complexities of the American Rescue Plan

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Jamie Freisinger  
Dr. Curtiss Strietelmeier  

Hosted by CDW-G. K12 ARPA/ECF Presentation

Audience: Chief technology officers/superintendents/school board members, Curriculum/district specialists, Principals/head teachers
Topic: Funding & accountability
Grade level: PK-12


Jamie Freisinger

As Senior Manager of Education Strategy & Transformation at CDW•G, Pete Koczera leads a team of educators and experts helping CDW•G’s customers succeed in implementing and managing the modern learning environment. In this role, he leads CDW•G’s efforts to stay ahead of the education market, with an emphasis on technology ready to scale in both K-12 and higher education. Special focus areas include people-centric design, sustainability, and emerging technologies. Koczera began his career with CDW in 2004, and joined the CDW•G team, serving education, government and healthcare providers, in 2013.

Dr. Curtiss Strietelmeier, CDW-G

Curtiss Strietelmeier is an experienced educator, technology trainer, Director of Technology, and District Superintendent. He works with school districts to assist them with selecting and implementing technology solutions that improve teaching and learning. As Superintendent, Curtiss led the transition to 1:1, redesigned the learning environment, and focused on staff development to support technology integration. As Director of Technology for two different districts, he improved IT operations, developed district-level technology plans, improved communications, and collaboration with academics. Curtiss was also an elementary teacher, educational technology trainer. Curtiss is a Google Certified Teacher, MIE Master Trainer, and A+ and Network+ Certified.

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