Keith Krueger | Chief Executive Officer
Consortium for School Networking | United States

Keith Krueger, Chief Executive Officer, Consortium for School Networking

For over 25 years, Keith worked nationally and globally on policy and leadership issues relating to the use of information technologies to transform education, health and libraries. 

This year Technology & Learning selected him as one of the “big 10” most influential people in ed tech, and the Center for Digital Education identified him as a Top 30 Technologist/Transformer/Trailblazer. In 2008 he was selected by eSchool News as one of ten people who have had a profound impact on educational technology over the last decade. In 2016 he received a Special Recognition award from the Council of Great City Schools.

He serves on many Advisory Boards including eSchool News, the Education Committee of the National Park System, the Friday Institute at NC State University and the Wireless Reach Advisory Board. He is a past Board Member/Treasurer of the National Coalition on Technology in Education & Training (NCTET). 

Keith has a global reputation as a key thought leader and has organized senior level U.S. delegations to visit Australia, Asia, Europe and South America to examine best practice in ICT in education.

In fall of 2015, Keith conducted a Work Study on Digital Equity as an Associate in Practice at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education. As a Certified Association Executive, he has extensive background in nonprofit management and has a Masters from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota.


Day 1 @ 14:30

Re-invent the future of learning

  • Re-inventing the future that your school desires
  • Explore what leading global experts feel are the significant challenges impeding technology in education and what are the key trends accelerating technology in education
  • Explore how visionary leaders can design the future of teaching and learning by leveraging emerging technologies

Day 1 @ 15:10

Panel Discussion: Information in the service of learners

Individualised learning and evidence-based pursuit of improvement in the era of Gonski and the digital classroom requires new approaches to the capture, management and use of education data. The panel will discuss the strategies in Australia and overseas to: 
  • Mobilise of education data to support learners, educators and decision makers
  • Enable a learner-centric approach to information management across products and organisations
  • Support innovative use of technology to capture data and provide insights into learner needs and progress
  • Maintain learner privacy and trust in data transactions

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