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Tech & Learning Kicks Off 2024 Events with the DMV Regional Leadership Summit


Tech & Learning’s Regional Leadership Summits are starting off the 2024 year in the Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia region on February 23, 2024 at the Maritime Conference Centre! Following a successful event last February, the T & L team is excited to head back to Maryland and have a full day filled with sharing sessions, phenomenal speakers, and plenty of opportunities to network! 


District administrators from the region are invited to join the day’s events at no cost as it is Tech & Learning’s mission to make sharing information and networking accessible to the school leaders who are innovating in their communities. PLUS: Tech & Learning will cover a two-night hotel stay for qualified attendees. The day’s events will include interactive workshops and panel discussions designed to support school planning. The event features inspiring speakers including:  

Carl Hooker and Richard Culatta

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Richard Culatta
T&L Summit MC Carl Hooker talks with ISTE/ASCD Chief Executive Officer Richard Culatta to discuss his vast experience in education policy and teacher preparation and his thoughts on the future of education. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions as part of this conversation.

Keith Krueger

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Keith Krueger
In this session, Keith Krueger, CEO of CoSN, explores the key challenges and opportunities facing education leaders around technology. How should we think about innovation to transform learning? Attendees will engage in an interactive conversation about the top Hurdles, Accelerators and Tech Enablers identified in the 2024 Driving K-12 Innovation report. 

Tarrin Morgan

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Tarrin Morgan, NASEF scholastic fellow
This session will explore how scholastic esports programs provide students with meaningful career and STEM education alongside their tournament experience. 

Amy Jackson

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Krystle Pearson

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Amy Jackson, Supervisor, EdTech Programs, Arlington Public Schools, and Krystle Pearson, former Brunswick County Director of Technology will discuss The Shifting Role of Edtech Coaches.

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