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Top Four Reasons Why You Should Attend Tech & Learning Live @ New York

Listen to Edtech leaders who will share best practices and ideas that you can take back to your district and put into action.
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1. Get Inspired by Fellow Visionaries
Listen to speakers that include Keynote Karen Blumberg, Technology Coordinator at The School at Columbia Universitand many other Edtech leaders who will share best practices and ideas that you can take back to your district and put into action.

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2. Breakout sessions on topics of Importance to K-12 leaders.
Tech lead learners will be able to attend breakout sessions such as: Growing Your Leadership PLN, PD that Works, Redesigning Your Learning Space on Any Budget, Growing Your Digital Citizenship Toolbox, How to Sustain a 1:1 and BYOD Program, Rethinking Academic Coaches, Makerspaces and Coding, and more. Click here for the full agenda.

3. Nosh and Network. (And Enter to Win Prizes)
The day ends with a unique reception where you can unwind and network with colleagues and industry partners - as well as participate in the end of day prize drawing!

4. Bring a Team, Save a Ton
One of the most beneficial ways to experience the Tech & Learning Live event is to bring a team. Not only will it save you money, but it will allow you to tap into the full range of session options and continue the learning when you return to your district. Click here to view the group rates.

**EARLY BIRD DEADLINE: Use code BY15EB to take advantage of the Extended Early Bird Rate by Tuesday, September 15th. 

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