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LPS Supervisor Showcases STEAM Education at International Forum

rob rolling at international forum

Livingston K-12's Supervisor of Technology and Business, Mr. Rob Rolling, recently represented Livingston Public Schools (LPS) at the Zhejiang-New Jersey STEAM Education and Artificial Intelligence Forum in Wenzhou, China. The event took place from April 24 to April 26, 2024, and spotlighted innovations in STEAM and AI education. It was part of the larger conference on China-U.S. Cultural and People-to-People Exchanges. Mr. Rolling presented LPS’ exemplary K-5 STEAM program, highlighting our commitment to integrating arts and technology in early education. 

During the forum, Mr. Rolling also participated in discussions on the future role of artificial intelligence in education, focusing on enhancing personalized learning and preparing students for the digital age. His involvement not only underscores Livingston's leadership in educational innovation, but also fosters international collaboration aimed at enriching global educational practices.

"It was both humbling and flattering to have so many people asking questions about Livingston's technology and engineering programs. The visit wasn't just about sharing resources; it was about bringing together the best of our educational practices. It was a testament to the power of education in uniting people," said Mr. Rolling.