Kyle Berger has over 18 years in K-12 technology leadership spread across districts of various sizes and demographics. Awarded Technology Director of the Year by TCEA in 2009, he has also been featured in several educational technology magazines as well as other published books on Ed Tech. Kyle is known as a transformer of educational technology. His more than 18 years of service is full of vast experiences in one to one deployment, complete district revitalization and overseeing of bond programs, redefining technology in several districts. Currently, he serves as the Chief Technology Officer for Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, a school district of 13,500 students located in North Texas.
Kyle's work in the K-12 standardization process began with then SIF integrations where he oversaw several buildouts of standardized solutions to achieve near seamless data exchange. His work in identity management processing led Kyle to be featured in various publications for decreasing operational overhead while increasing performance. Kyle has been involved with the IMS standards movement since 2016 when the growing need for streamlined digital content integration was crippling his district. With a Digital Day One initiative in place to provide all students in his districts 1 to 1 with access to resources, the commitment to industry standards is a must. Kyle currently is a member of several corporate advisory boards, as well as, a guest speaker for educational technology transformation to corporations and school systems around the country.
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