The Global Education Conference International Advisory Board will meet again on August 14. Please RSVP to this event if you are planning attending. Follow the link below to our virtual meeting room on the designated date and time. If you are not able to attend, you can review the recording of the meeting afterwards. If this event does not convert to your time zone, please be aware that it is scheduled for 8 PM CDT which is GMT-5 hours. Use …See More
ISTE has generously given us space and time to hold our first Global Education Summit. This will take place on Sunday, June 24 from 2 - 5 PM PST and will be followed by the ISTE conference opening keynote at 5:45 and the opening reception and global collaborations sessions at 7 PM. The event is open to educators and interested parties at no cost. This will be…See More
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The International Society for Technology in Education conference takes place this June in Philadelphia, PA, USA. We will be holding a Global Learning Day on Sunday, June 28th from 2 PM - 5 PM in the Philadelphia Convention Center. Please join this group if you would like to be involved with this unconference meet up.This is not our virtual online conference that we hold every November. This is a face-to-face meeting for globally minded educators to network, share ideas and plan for possible…See More
This is the email and information group for advisory board members for the 2012 Global Education Conference. To apply as an advisory board member, please join this group. After (and only after!) you have joined this group, please go HERE to give us the details for your listing on the advisor page.Advisory Board Expectations:Attend Advisory Board meetings or review posted…See More
One of the driving issues influencing the discourse over Education Reform is the much reported concern regarding the apparent academic achievement gap between students who reside in low-income and often minority communities, and their more affluent counterparts, in middle and upper income communities.
Our Vision: To see dramatic improvements in the number of underrepresented college students who pursue careers in science and technology. We want to build transformative images in the mindset of our youth, that promote and encourage a tactical shift beyond being mere technology consumers, to being technology creators, facilitators, and shareholders.
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Work with inner city youth through a number of community collaborations, to improve their academic performance in mathematics, science and technology, in order to ensure higher levels of Access, Achievement and Success in the most prestigious colleges and universities throughout our country.
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