Executive Director of Information Technology, Baltimore County Public Schools
Lloyd Brown is currently the Executive Director of the Department of Information Technology for Baltimore County Public Schools, the 25th largest school district in the United States. He is leading a team of professionals in the field of networking, technical support, network security, student data, project management, and special projects. The Students and Teachers Accessing Tomorrow (S.T.A.T) initiative will be completed by 2017 when all 111,000 students will receive a device for digital instruction and educational-related activities. Mr. Brown’s knowledge, experience, and dedication have been instrumental in developing the district wide S.T.A.T. initiative program to meet Baltimore County Public Schools’ goals for all students.
Mr. Brown was instrumental in the development and implementation of the Teaching and Learning Initiative at Henrico County Public Schools (HCPS). In the 2001-2002 school year, HCPS was the first public school system in the nation to deploy wireless laptops to students and teachers.
With over twenty years of experience in technology education, Lloyd Brown possesses an in-depth understanding of emerging technologies and their instructional applications. His goal is to continue using technology resources to enhance student learning experience, including interoperability across multiple digital resources.
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