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Gerald (Jerry) Dryer has been a professional educator for 25 years and is a PhD student at UW-Madison who researches the ways in which technology can be used to re-design instructional practices in ways that disrupt historically inequitable systems.  At UW-Madison, he has been involved in many projects: he led the development of the CALL-PL framework for evaluating the key practices of personalized learning, coordinated the Play Make Learn Conference, taught policy workshops for pre-service and current teachers, and represented UW-Madison on the AERA Graduate Student Council.  Currently he coordinates at team of graduate researchers on the CALL-ECL project, studying the development of Equity Centered Leader pipelines in school districts.