Bosco honored for advancing educational technology
April 16, 2002
KALAMAZOO -- James Bosco, WMU professor of educational studies, recently was honored by the Consortium of School Networking for his contributions to the successful integration of technology in education for secondary and post-secondary schools.
While attending the CoSN's annual K-12 conference in Arlington, Va., Bosco was honored by Deb deVries, one of the three co-founders of Making It Happen, a program that highlights the dramatic role educators are having on the learning process by using technology and rewards those individuals for their commitment and innovation.
Bosco was honored for his efforts to assist schools in using the latest in educational technology to improve student learning and achievement.
He is the former chairperson of the consortium and also has served as chairperson of the Technology Standards for School Administrators, a coalition of national, state and local education groups.
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