The ongoing efforts of the CLASS (Connected Learning for the Achievement of Students and Staff) plan are the operational embodiment of the Board of Education’s Technology Resolution. The Board resolution recognizes the role of technology as a catalyst for learning, articulates expectations for its increased accessibility in service to learning and productivity, and commits to the dedication of necessary resources. The purpose of recognizing and maintaining an information technology and data governance framework is to:
The Chief Technology Officer, along with the Computing Services leadership team, coordinates the efforts of nineteen school and district committees comprised of teachers, administrators, office professionals, and School Board members. These committees collectively contribute to the development of the goals and principles that, in turn, form the governance framework that defines how information technology rules, procedures, practices, resources and architectures are established, deployed, managed, secured and maintained. This collective of technology stakeholders works to:
The LPS Information Security Officer (ISO) leads our adoption of the Center for Internet Security (CIS) Critical Controls as the framework the security program will be based upon. Additionally, the ISO provides leadership to the ITT committee and drafts IT Regulations and Procedures to instantiate the IT and information security governance foundation.