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Reminder: “Seizing Opportunity in the Digital Age: The Intersection of Technology and Special Education” is this Wednesday, June 17 from 12:00-1:30PM!

Join the National Coalition for Technology in Education and Training (NCTET) and the Education and Technology and Telecommunications Taskforces of the Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities for this special event to discuss the intersection of technology and special education. Project Tomorrow CEO Julie Evans and other featured panelists will discuss how technology advances special education and benefits students with disabilities. Hear testimony from experts in the field, stories from educators, and listen to an explanation of the data results pertaining to special education and technology in the classroom. New Speak Up data from special education teachers nationwide will be featured. Speakers and panelists include Alexa Posny (former Assistant Secretary for the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services), Julie Evans (CEO of Project Tomorrow), Kate Nagle (The Ivy Mount School, MD), Caroline Hill (E.L. Haynes High School, Washington, DC), and Angela Foreman (Jamestown Elementary School, VA).

The event takes place at 12PM on Wednesday, June 17 in 562 Dirksen Senate Office Building. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to Ally Bernstein at ally@jbernsteinstrategy.com as soon as possible.

Can’t attend the event in Washington DC? Watch the live stream here: http://www.discoveryeducation.com/NCTET2015.

Special Event: “Seizing Opportunity in the Digital Age: The Intersection of Technology and Special Education”

June 17, 2015
12PM-1:30PM
562 Dirksen Senate Office Building

The National Coalition for Technology in Education and Training (NCTET) and the Education and Technology and Telecommunications Taskforces of the Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities invite you to a special event to discuss the intersection of technology and special education. Join us and our featured speakers and panelists for a conversation about how technology advances special education and benefits students with disabilities. Hear testimony from experts in the field, stories from educators, and listen to an explanation of the data results pertaining to special education and technology in the classroom.  Lunch will be provided. Please contact ally@jbernsteinstrategy.com if you require special accommodations for this session.

Speakers: Alexa Posny, former Assistant Secretary for the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services (Moderator);  Julie Evans, Chief Executive Officer, Project Tomorrow
Panelists: Kate Nagle, The Ivy Mount School, Rockville, MD; Caroline Hill, Principal, E.L. Haynes High School, Washington, D.C.; Angela Foreman, Jamestown Elementary School, Arlington, VA

Please RSVP as soon as possible to ally@jbernsteinstrategy.com

About NCTET: The National Coalition for Technology in Education and Training (NCTET) is a non-partisan organization that examines and supports the use of technology to improve education and training in America. NCTET’s board members include representatives of education associations, non-profit organizations, corporations, and individual participants. NCTET organizes policy briefings, conducts institutes, produces white papers and other research documents, and maintains a listserve on timely issues in education technology. More information can be found at: www.nctet.org