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Mark your calendars for the Texas CTO Clinic 2015! We will bring together leaders from around the state (and beyond) to discuss crucial developments in education technology. Join us for this professional development event and stay ahead of the cutting edge in your field.

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Thursday, June 18 • 8:30am - 9:30am
Keynote Panel - Salary Reboot: Rethinking Pay for K-12 Technology Jobs

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Keeping connected to market salaries can help ensure districts are prepared to hire and retain top tech talent in today’s competitive job market. A panel of compensation and data experts from TASB HR Services will share salary trends for key benchmark K-12 technology jobs using their latest salary survey data, including diving into market values and trends by region and district size. Panel members will discuss new strategies for compensating and rewarding these employees, common career pathways to IT jobs in districts and the salary variances that may occur, and the role gender may play in current salaries of top IT administrators.

Topics to be Covered
  • Salary trends in K-12 technology jobs
  • Market values for tech jobs by enrollment group, region, etc.
  • Our survey data integrity, response rates, etc.
  • Value of non-school market data
  • Strategies for hiring and retaining tech talent
    • Separate pay structures
    • Willingness to adjust pay
    • Willingness to provide differential increases to respond to market
    • Career pathways for tech jobs
  • Staffing levels/trends in tech jobs
  • Instructional technology vs. regular IT
    • Market value differences
    • Career pathway salary differences
  • Gender pay equity for CTOs
  • Values of IT certifications

Speakers
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Troy Bryant

Data Services Manager, TASB
Troy directs DataCentral and the production of the annual salary and HR topic surveys. Troy joined the HR Services team in 2011. Before coming to TASB, he worked as a consultant and analyst in the online business information and technology sectors. He is also a contributing writer to the HR Exchange. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin.
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Luz Cadena

Senior Compensation Consultant, TASB
Luz has worked as a compensation consultant with HR Services since 2006. Prior to TASB, she worked for Round Rock ISD for eight years in the positions of compensation analyst, compensation coordinator, and director of compensation. She is a member and past president of the Central Texas Compensation and Benefits Association (CTCBA). Luz grew up in New Mexico and earned an associate degree in business administration from New Mexico State... Read More →
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Amy Campbell

Assistant Director of HR Services, TASB
Amy Campbell is an assistant director for HR Services. Amy oversees data services, including DataCentral and the salary survey process. She also works with districts on compensation planning and development. Amy joined HR Services in 2012. Prior to TASB, she worked as a compensation and records manager for an urban Texas school district. She also served six years as a compensation consultant on a national scale, specializing in compensation and... Read More →
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Ann Patton

Managing Compensation Consultant, TASB
Ann is a managing compensation consultant with HR Services. She has been assisting public school districts and community colleges with compensation planning and development since 1999. Prior to working at TASB, she worked as a compensation specialist and consultant with the City of Austin and as the benefits manager for a major hospital. Ann is a graduate of Highland Park ISD. She holds a bachelor’s degree in education from Stephen F... Read More →


Thursday June 18, 2015 8:30am - 9:30am
Phoenix Ballroom

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