“If it’s good for kids, let’s find a way to do it.”

Dr. Justin Aglio, a former teacher, and award-winning principal, is the Director of Academic Achievement and District Innovation at Montour School District and Visiting LearnLab Scholar at Carnegie Mellon University's Human-Computer Interaction Institute in the School of Computer Science.

In addition to his duties at Montour and Carnegie Mellon, he is a Getting Smart Columnists, an Adjunct STEM Professor at California University of Pennsylvania, a Future Ready Schools Thought Leader, and was selected as a participant in the 2015 Presidential Maker Round-table discussion at the White House.

Dr. Aglio, and his thoughts on Equity, Leadership, STEM, Artificial Intelligence, Personalized Learning, and Innovation have been featured in such publications as Forbes, EdSurge, Education Week, Getting Smart, American School Board Journal, AASA, and more. Dr. Aglio has been a keynote speaker and presenter at a variety of conferences across the country including ASCD, ISTE, FETC, PLearn, OETC, AIM Institute for Learning and Research, MASS Customization Mid-Atlantic Summit, and more!

Twitter: @JustinAglio


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Awards and Recognition


Outstanding Leader of the Year

Emerging Leader

Story of the Year

Pittsburgh Magazine

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