D153 tech department develops plan for emergencies

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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