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ISTE 2014

June 28-July 1, 2014

Atlanta, Ga.

Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo

April 2-4, 2014

New York, N.Y.

CoSN 2014 Annual Conference

March 19-22, 2014

Washington, D.C.

ASCD 69th Annual Conference & Exhibit Show

March 15-17, 2014

Los Angeles, Calif.

High-tech program at Fla. high school for students with disabilities

Polk County launched its first after-school STEM-focused High School High Tech site, joining 39 other sites around the state to help students with disabilities pursue post-secondary education and explore career paths that fit their interests.

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Principal for new P-Tech Early College High School in N.Y. named

Michael Dardaris, the principal of the new tech-focused early college high school that will open this fall at Jansen Avenue School, says he's excited about the program, which will help prepare 50 local students in ninth grade through the second year of college for high-skill jobs.

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Voters say no to $50M bond for tech needs in Michigan district

Voters in the Grosse Pointe Public School System defeated a contentious 10-year, $50.2-million bond proposal that would have raised taxes for school purposes by 23 percent.

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An online ed continuity plan can also improve year-round learning goals

Now, with all of the resources available, not having your curriculum accessible by internet is quite unfathomable. After establishing your crisis-proof curriculum, you may even use your crisis management plan to develop a few summer break lectures and drills to reduce slippage in core subjects.

Separate Wichita tech ed magnet school not likely to be built soon

In 2008, the Wichita board voted to invest $10 million to start a tech ed magnet school and $7 million toward high school tech ed projects. The tab has far exceeded the $1 million-per-school allocation and likely the $10 million as well, calling into question whether the separate magnet school will be built.

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Business invests in New York City's tech education

New York City educators and business leaders agree that the development of a skilled workforce teeming with bright, tech-savvy young people is essential if our city is to continue to prosper and be great. Several large employers are investing in a new approach to public education to prepare students for careers.

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