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The SchoolCIO Summits are exclusive, invitation-only events for top-level executives with education technology buying responsibilities. Presenting timely and relevant content from the most authoritative speakers and advisors, along with unmatched networking opportunities for sponsors, the two-day events are comprised of lively panel discussions and roundtables, one-on-one meetings and networking-focused social activities.

Speakers and discussions will focus on K-12 leadership for tomorrow's schools and the impact of emerging technologies such as mobile and cloud computing, immersive and virtual environments, and more. Each Summit will use a combination of presentations and working sessions to focus on challenges and success stories related to technology-supported educational transformation.

SchoolCIO Leadership Summit
June 26-27, Atlanta, GA
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October 9-10, Redwood City, CAFinal Agenda
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SchoolCIO Leadership Summit: Looking Towards 2014

The next two years promise to bring significant changes to the role technology plays in classrooms and schools. With the growing popularity of BYO and 1:1 implementations, the evolution from print textbooks to digital content, and the adoption of Common Core State Standards supported by online assessments, there are a number of pressing issues on the minds of K-12 technology leaders and administrators as they look ahead to the year 2014.

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SchoolCIO Leadership Summit: Looking Towards 2014

The next two years promise to bringsignificant changes to the role technologyplays in classrooms and schools. Withthe growing popularity of BYO and 1:1implementations, the evolution from printtextbooks to digital content, and theadoption of Common Core State Standards supportedby online assessments, there are a number of pressingissues on the minds of K-12 technology leaders andadministrators as they look ahead to the year 2014.