Well, today I did something that I did not think I would do for a very long time. I resigned from the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools in order to take a new position still within the university environment. Starting July 2, I will be working at the University of Chicago Center for Urban School Improvement as a lead technology coach. I’ll be working for fellow ADE Nichole Pinkard, and my new job will entail helping students and teachers with technology integration efforts at the Center’s North Kenwood/Oakland Charter School 2.5 days a week. The other part of my time will be allocated to developing and implementing a technology professional development plan for the Center’s four charter schools and potentially other affiliated charters. Additionally, I will have some flexibility to do consulting work on the side. I’m very excited about this opportunity, but also a bit sad because I really do love my current job and will miss my colleagues and students. I just think it’s time that I expanded my skill set in terms of leadership and managerial skills, and I am going to learn so much about other facets of education while working at the Center. I’m really grateful for all the opportunities that have come my way while at Lab, and I’m looking forward to sharing my knowledge and experience with others. Wish me luck!