User:AJackl

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My Info[edit]

My name is Alexander Jackl.

I am the Lead Data Scientist and the Vice-President of Technology Strategy and Archtiecture for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

I am the co-chair of the Technical Board of the Schools Interoperability Framework Association- SIF. SIF is the national k12 data standards organization. I am also the project lead on the Teaching and Learning Project Team.

I am a consultant on the Common Education Data Standards(CEDS) and the Assessment Interoperability Framework (AIF).

I have a deep commitment to education in the world and always looking for opportunities to support and cause that!

Most important of all, I am a father of three (boy, 17; girl, 13; boy, 11), husband to one, brother to two, and friend to many!

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Education, Standards, Technology, Wikipedia, SIF, XML, Enterprise Architecture, Information Management, Culture, Process Change, Transformation, Possibility, Asperger's Syndrome, Special Education, Computer Games, Science Fiction/Fantasy, History, Germany, Space and Martial Arts.

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Feel free to reach me at my email: My Email

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9 April 2014