Dr. Appu Kuttan (Chairman) or Dr. Laurence Peters (VP)
National Education Foundation CyberLearning (www.cyberlearning.org)
Phone: (703) 823-9999
Dr. Appu Kuttan with Former President Bill Clinton
"You are helping to empower tomorrow's leaders. I salute you for
your ongoing commitment for creating a better and stronger America."
-- Former President Bill Clinton
DR. APPU KUTTAN the 2006 Global Digital
Literacy Champion Award Winner, noted educator, author and philanthropist,
is the chairman of the non-profit National Education Foundation CyberLearning
national non-profit leader in bridging
the digital and academic divides. He is the creator of many concepts,
such as "CyberLearning," "Management By Systems,"
"Total Tennis," and "Holistic Executive," has advised
many world leaders, including Rajiv Gandhi (on making India an IT superpower),
and has helped develop many young celebrities, such as tennis champions
Andre Agassi and Monica Seles and U.S. Presidential honoree Roger Kuttan.
Dr. Kuttan is the national expert in structuring customized 10% QZAB
matching contribution programs that benefit the school districts the most.
DR. LAURENCE PETERS, U.S. Education Department’s first QZAB
director, is the recognized national expert on QZAB.
As a senior official at the U.S. Department of Education, Dr. Peters was
a principal participant in the preparation of the QZAB legislation and
its implementation. Dr. Peters, the founding director of MARTEC at Temple
University, is also a national expert on education technology, and the
co-author with Dr. Kuttan of the acclaimed book, “From Digital Divide
to Digital Opportunity.” He is an advisor to President-elect Barack
Obama’s transition team on education.