Beth Holland

Consultant & Doctoral Candidate
Johns Hopkins School of Education

Beth Holland has over 18 years of experience working in and around K-12 schools as a classroom teacher, Director of Academic Technology, and professional development consultant. She blogs regularly about innovation in education for EdTech Researcher at Education Week and Edutopia, presents nationally as well as internationally, and leads workshops in schools around the world. She holds a Master's degree in Technology Innovation & Education from Harvard University as well as a Bachelor's degree from Northwestern University. Currently, Beth is a doctoral candidate at Johns Hopkins University in the Entrepreneurial Leadership in Education specialization. Her research focuses on designing organizational supports to implement systemic innovation with technology in American K-12 public school districts.

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