Virtual School Symposium for Online & Blended Learning
Online learning is growing at an astonishing 30% rate annually in the United States in K-12 education. Register for the iNACOL Virtual School Symposium Online & Blended Learning Conference
Who are the Keynote Speakers:
Susan Patrick, President and CEO of iNACOL
James Shelton III, Assistant Deputy Secretary, Innovation and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education
Dr. Tommy Bice, Deputy State Superintendent of Education, Alabama Department of Education
Governor Bob Wise, President, Alliance for Excellent Education
What is it?
Virtual School Symposium (VSS) Conference
Hosted by the International Association for K-12 Online Learning, the VSS conference provides professional development for K-12 administrators, policy leaders and practitioners; important networking opportunities; access to expertise and analysis, trends and research; and thought-provoking sessions for leaders looking to help shape the future of education, find solutions for college-readiness, credit recovery, core and advanced courses, as well as target personalized learning solutions for students across the K-12 grade-levels. For more information and the full conference agenda, please visit: www.virtualschoolsymposium.org.
When Sunday, November 14 (pre-conference)
Monday, November 15 – Tuesday, November 16, 2010 (conference)
Where Renaissance Glendale Hotel & Spa
9495 West Coyotes Boulevard, Glendale, AZ 85305
Online learning is growing at an astonishing 30% rate annually in the United States in K-12 education. More than 3 million students are taking online and blended courses to expand access to high quality courses taught by teachers online, any time, any place. Come participate in the national conference with leaders in the field who are pioneering the future of K-12 education using online and blended learning models.
Contact: Wendy C. Fleming, iNACOL Association Director of Communications at [email protected] or 703-752-6216.
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