Our 7th annual National Summit on Education Reform (#EIE14) begins bright and early tomorrow morning. Governor Bush will open the summit with a keynote address at 8:45 a.m., and the fun will continue until 2:00 p.m. on Friday.
I am excited to see many of you there, but I know there will be some unable to join us. Whether or not you’ll be with us in D.C. or joining virtually via our webcast, here are a few helpful links and tips to help you get the most out of this year’s summit.
Watch the Summit Webcast
This year all sessions will be livestreamed. Be sure to share the news with your friends and colleagues so they can watch our exciting sessions as they happen. Visit ExcelinEd.org/SummitLive to watch the webcast, and check out the complete event agenda here.
Use the #EIE14 App
Whether you will be in the audience or watching from your device, I recommend downloading the official #EIE14 app. In the app, you’ll find the full event agenda, speaker info, social media feeds and more.
We want to hear from you in the #EIE14 conversation online. First, follow @ExcelinEd on Twitter. Next, check out this helpful cheat sheet for speakers’ Twitter handles; it will help you keep up with all of this year’s summit speakers.
About the author
Patricia Levesque @levesquepat
Patricia is the Chief Executive Officer for the Foundation for Excellence in Education. She served as Governor Jeb Bush’s deputy chief of staff for education, enterprise solutions for government, minority procurement, and business and professional regulation. Previously, Patricia served six years in the Florida Legislature in the Speakers Office and as staff director over education policy. Contact Patricia at PatriciaLevesque@excelined.org