Discussion: Bridging the Gap between Technology and Education
Partner: Digital Learning Alliance
Location: 1017 Olive Street, Suite 700, Saint Louis, Missouri 63101
Time: Thursday, September 5, 2013, 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Utilizing the varied expertise and industry experience of Saint Louis Region executives, educators and legislators, TrackBill and the Digital Learning Alliance are hosting a roundtable discussion on technology in education. The purpose of this event is to strategize how technology can best be incorporated into the educational system through public policy initiatives. Some questions will be prepared ahead of time, with input from invitees, with the majority of the time open to the free flow of ideas.
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About Digital Learning Alliance:
“Our mission is to improve economic growth across America by advocating for personalized education through the use of digital learning technologies as we empower legislators with the resources to pass new legislation — state by state — integrating technology solutions in pre-K-12, higher education, and adult learning, resulting in the skilled workforce of the future. Our vision is to help students of every age by providing state legislators research and legislative templates to solve dozens of educational issues using powerful digital learning technologies, which exponentially multiply the effectiveness of our teachers, enabling our students to achieve their full potential.” Find out more at digitallearningalliance.org.