Over the past year, K-12 districts and charter schools across the country have had to ramp up their digital instruction practice in response to the coronavirus pandemic. With this transition to remote and hybrid learning, many K-12 education providers are also struggling to manage the surge of student and teacher devices as well as the myriad of education-facilitating software applications now utilized to ensure continuity of student learning.

Fortunately, in March, Congress passed the American Rescue Plan Act, which provides an additional $122 billion in funding to K-12 districts and charter schools to address these and other needs. Whether your district is still looking for information on how to best utilize your forthcoming stimulus monies, highlights of the best teacher and student devices, details on how data analytics can help you effectively manage your software subscription and protect student data, or advice on how to transition to or maintain a digital education plan for the long term – our panel of experts is here to answer your questions!

Join our keynote speaker, Dr. Kecia Ray, from K20Connect and panelists from Grants Office, Samsung, CatchOn, and Google for an interactive panel discussion on digital equity, exciting developments to the accessibility of digital instruction practice, and review the funding landscape for these initiatives.

You won’t want to miss this informative and engaging event!

Speakers

Dr. Kecia Ray

Principal Consultant
K20Connect, LLC

Diane Ashby

National Sales Manager, Education
Samsung

Elizabeth Evans

Senior Grants Development Consultant
Grants Office, LLC

Kaitlyn Gasque

Strategic Partner Manager, Chrome OS

Google

Rod Houpe

National Director of Business Development
CatchOn

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