Always a good thing to do, honestly.
I’ve presented at the Wisconsin Brainstorm a few times, before I left education, and think this will be a good one to do. However, one thing to expect is that you’ll be scheduled on the last day of the conference, hopefully before lunch but probably after, and attendance will be minimal.
Linux and it’s usages still doesn’t have a huge foothold in Education outside of chromebooks and the like, and the interest in it shows.
The last technical one I did there included Fog, Ansible, and OPSI in the same session. I gave an overview of all of them, and had a demo environment where we spun up the fog server using Ansible, created a Windows (7 at the time) client vm, sysprepped and captured it, deployed it, then used Opsi to push apps to it. Giving them the whole stack was great, and got great reviews.