Clayton County Schools Superintendent Luvenia Jackson is one of three Georgia school czars who’ve been invited by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in the National Connected Superintendents Summit Wednesday. Pres. Obama is hosting the event that will bring 120 school superintendents from across the county to the White House.
Jackson will be recognized for her leadership in helping Clayton transition to digital learning.
The president announced the ConnectEd Initiative in June 2013, starting with a goal of connecting 99 percent of students to next-generation technology within five years.