Clarity measures the impact of technology use on student learning and uses that data to provide schools with action plans and recommends innovators in the field. This past fall, Seeds of Health was established as an advanced district nationally in technology and learning. Kaitlyn Wright was selected as one of 15 innovators to be listed on the platform for her work in professional development with the district. Below are a few links to websites that include her work and a picture of her profile on the website. Click here to learn more about BrightBytes. Congratulations, Kaitlyn!