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We are pleased to announce the MassCUE and M.A.S.S. 2016 Annual Technology Conference, co-sponsored by the Massachusetts Computer Using Educators (MassCUE) and the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S.). Both organizations recognize the benefits of a collaborative partnership that focuses on the collective interests of our school districts.  We will be providing educators from across the Commonwealth and New England with exciting ways to enhance teaching and learning with technology.  
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John Clements

Nipmuc Regional High School
Educator
Upton, Massachusetts
John Clements is Co-Principal of Nipmuc Regional High School. He began his career at Nipmuc 21 years ago as an English teacher. He spent seven years as an assistant principal and is currently in his ninth year as principal. Mr. Clements is passionate about evolving education to meet the needs of the modern world. Mr. Clements is the recipient of the 2017 Massachusetts Principal of the Year Award.

Mr. Clements is a proponent of the accreditation process as a way to promote a culture of continuous improvement in our schools. He has worked closely with the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), including serving as the chairperson of NEASC’s to write the 2020 Standards for Accreditation for NEASC's 600+ member schools, serving six years as a Commissioner for the NEASC, and chairing accreditation visiting teams. He is the recipient of NEASC’s 2016 Jacob Ludes III Leadership Award.

Mr. Clements is a believer in the power of professional sharing and best practices as a source of professional growth and development. He is a founder of The Inspired Learning Project (www.inspiredlearningproject.com), a network of learners and leaders from across New England who share resources, practices, and professional support to enhance opportunities for modern learning in our schools. Along with Mrs. Moran, he co-created the Launching Modern Learning course (www.modernlearners.com/launching) in order to guide other educators in building schools that inspire. He is a past president of the Blackstone Valley Education Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports innovative educational programming to assist students’ development of 21st-century skills by connecting classrooms with industry.