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Ed McKaveneyNoteworthy: Received the 2013 Withrow Chief Technology Officer Award from the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)Age: 39Neighborhood: HamptonFamily: Wife, Amy; daughter, Maria, 2Education: Duquesne University, bachelor's degree in biology, 1995; masters degree in multimedia technology, 2001; Capella University, doctoral student in educational leadership and management. Occuption: Technology director for Hampton Township School District.Quote: 'It's a pretty significant recognition, and it says a lot about our Pittsburgh region in general because there's a lot of collaboration with the foundations, the universities and the Allegheny Intermediate Unit. . We're in the national spotlight.'
Tuesday, March 19, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
 

Noteworthy: Received the 2013 Withrow Chief Technology Officer Award from the Consortium for School Networking. The consortium describes Frank Withrow as a pioneer and champion in the use of technology in K-12 education.

Age: 39

Residence: Hampton

Family: Wife, Amy; daughter, Maria, 2.

Occupation: Technology director for Hampton Township School District.

Education: Bachelor's in biology, 1995, and Master's in multimedia technology, 2001, both from Duquesne University; doctoral student in educational leadership and management at Capella University, an online school.

Quote: “It's a pretty significant recognition, and it says a lot about our Pittsburgh region in general because there's a lot of collaboration with the foundations, the universities and the Allegheny Intermediate Unit. ... We're in the national spotlight.”

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