New York Times – Schools for Tomorrow Conference – Sept. 22, 2011

[ 0 ] August 15, 2011 |

The New York Times will be holding a new conference on Thursday, September 22, at The TimesCenter in the New York City headquarters building.

Schools for Tomorrow: Bringing Technology Into the Classroom is an invitation-only conference that will bring together the world’s preeminent thought leaders in technology, business, politics and philanthropy along with New York Times Op-Ed columnists.

The mission is bold and urgent: to plan and shape The School of the Future, with a focus on harnessing technology as a force of positive change in the lives of students at the K-12 and college levels.

To maximize the reach of these critical discussions, The Times is working with schools nationwide to videoconference and live stream the day’s activities. The program is online at www.nytschoolsfortomorrow.com.

As this is an invitation-only event, requests for an invitation can be made online.

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