Propel Braddock Hills High School Co-Principal, Justin Aglio, has been recognized as one of seven “Emerging Leaders” in technology education from ISTE, the International Society for Technology in Education. Each year, ISTE names seven members as “Emerging Leaders” in leveraging technology to transform learning; outstanding education leaders that will be honored at the world’s premier educational technology event in San Antonio this June. Mr. Aglio is the only Pennsylvania educator honored as a 2013 ISTE Emerging Leader.
“I am truly honored to be selected as an ISTE Emerging Leader at the world’s premier educational technology event,” said Co-Principal Justin Aglio.” It is exciting and rewarding to work for a school that embraces ISTE’s mission of advancing excellence in learning and teaching through the effective use of technology.”
Mr. Aglio was one of seven chosen from the more than 100,000 ISTE members, via self -nomination and letters of recommendation by Propel Superintendent/CEO, Dr. Carol Wooten and Propel Technology Coach, Ryan Spence. ISTE is the primary membership association for education leaders dedicated to advancing excellence in learning and teaching through the innovative and effective use of technology in PK-12 and teacher education.
“The 2013 ISTE award honorees are living examples of the how educators are, right now, using thought leadership, advocacy and innovation to leverage technology to transform learning and teaching,” said Brian Lewis, ISTE CEO, in a press release. “With their creativity, passion and dedication, they’re inspiring great things in our students, schools and communities. We look forward to recognizing them at ISTE 2013.”