03 Apr Hit the Road: Your Spring 2017 Education Events CalendarApril 3, 2017
The spring conference season is upon us, which means lots of travel, networking and professional development opportunities for educators everywhere. We’ve rounded up some of the biggest education conferences below. Mark your calendars and reach out if you’d like to meet with Accelify at any of the events we plan on attending.
CoSN 2017 Annual Conference
April 3-6 | Chicago
Since 1992, CoSN has provided district technology leaders with the resources needed to successfully effect change. Fast forward to today, personalized learning, digital equity, and accessibility for all students are all close to becoming reality. The CoSN 2017 Annual Conference will focus on the ways that school systems can change their organizational cultures, embrace a culture of digital options, and accelerate success. More info
The Atlantic Education Summit
April 11 | Washington, DC
The Atlantic’s third annual Education Summit will bring together educators, policymakers, parents and students to consider the challenges and opportunities facing the American education system in fulfilling its promise with topics covering quality early childhood education programs, school segregation and integration, technology implementation in the classroom, the purpose and future of higher education and more. More info.
2017 Council for Exceptional Children Convention
April 19-22 | Boston
The annual conference will bring together more than 5,000 teachers, administrators, and other educators to discuss research and practices in special education with topics covering disproportionality, ELL, Autism Spectrum Disorder, MTSS, Early Childhood, and more. More info
ECS 2017 National Forum on Education Policy
June 28-30 | San Diego
Education Commission of the States’ National Forum on Education Policy brings together the full range of education leaders from across all states to explore early learning through postsecondary education policy issues. Hailed as the education policy conference not to miss, this convening provides a unique opportunity to hear from experts in the field, interact with peers from across the U.S. and gain knowledge to assist you with policy issues in your state. More info