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By Agatha Gilmore
As part of our Big Apple series, Samantha Brenner ’08, executive director of strategic initiatives and partnerships for the division of instructional and information technology at the New York City Department of Education, talks to us about her goals for the city's public schools.
Her Big Apple Impact
With more than 100,000 employees and 1.1 million students in 1,700 schools, the New York City Department of Education is the largest school system in the country. Not surprisingly, the DOE invests tens of millions of dollars a year in technology. Supporting schools’ use of these digital tools is a necessary but daunting challenge—one that makes Samantha Brenner ’08 tick.
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