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2017 Global Education Day at #ISTE17

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The Global Education Fair is Postponed until Global Collaboration Day (September 21)

Dear Global Education Fair Registrants,

We've decided to postpone the Global Education Fair until our next major event, Global Collaboration Day, on September 21, 2017. This coincides with the back-to-school season in the United States and will allow individuals and organizations additional time to prepare accordingly.

We believe that the Global Education Fair is a great idea and will help more people working in schools to become aware of the choices they have when implementing global initiatives. The concept is only valuable to people, however, if there is a core group of organizations interested in promoting their work. Right now, many people are interested in attending this event, but we need more organizations to participate. Steve and I will be working on ways to let more globally oriented organizations know about this opportunity.

Here are important things to consider in light of this shift:

  1. Registration will remain open and you can choose to remain registered as a presenter or as an attendee.
  2. If you want cancel your registration, go to your account setting at Eventbrite.com and manage your tickets. Here are directions. 
  3. We will continue to promote this event and will be taking new registrations between now and September.
  4. Refunds have been granted to those organizations who paid to take part as presenters. If you are still interested in participating in September, re-register to confirm your participation.
  5. If you continue to be interested in pitching your global tool, resource, or program, use this time to work on a required video to promote your work during the fair in September.
  6. Join our main network, the Global Education Conference Network, for updates. 

Thanks for your continuing support, and let us know if you have any questions.

Lucy Gray & Steve Hargadon

Global Education Conference Co-Chairs



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