It’s always good to be prepared. The District 153 technology team is taking that to heart by developing an Incident Response Plan (IRP) it will be using in the event of a technology emergency.
Beth White, the district’s director of technology, said the district does everything it can to prevent problems but nothing is fool-proof. That’s why she worked with a select 15-member committee that included representatives from the technology staff, teachers from each school, administrators and a technology consultant to come up with the plan.
“We want to be . . .
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