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If You Care About Education, Please Join Us For #140Edu – NYC – Aug 2-3

If, in the randomness of someone reading this post today, I am hoping you may be personally involved, or know someone who is invovled and cares about education.

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We need your help to invite educators to join us at #140edu taking place next week at the 92nd St Y on August 2-3 in New York City.

I would greatly appreciated it if you could take a moment and forward this email to your friends involved in education.

Please also include any friends who are parents who live in the metro NYC / NJ area.

Back in March when Jeff Pulver reached out to Chris Lehmann and together they decided to put on an event to take on an issue of our generation…education.

Personally I am very excited about the people who are speaking at our inaugural #140edu which includes a variety of: students, teachers, administrators and parents.

  • You can review the speakers here
  • You can review the schedule here

This the first event of it’s kind to explore how the real-time web is effecting education and a chance to catch up with some of the educators who are leading the charge and bringing change to education.

We want to make sure we have as many people on hand to take part in and have a voice at this first of a kind event.

So that’s  where you come in.

The event pricing is optimized to bring together educators and students and the education industry. The cost to attend this two day conference is as follows:

  • $1.40 for educators  (teachers, principals, administrators, tutors, etc.)
  • $15.00 for students
  • Everyone else, just $140.00

Our hope is to bring together the most diverse community of people who are passionate about the state of education.

If you have a vested interest in the future of education, please make it a point to join us in NYC next week.


This the first event of it’s kind to explore how the real-time web is effecting education and a chance to catch up with some of the educators who are leading the charge and bringing change to education.

My remaining challenge is to do everything I can to make sure as many people as possible who have a vested interest in the future of education become aware of this conference.

This is where you come in. With your help, I believe anything becomes possible.

The event pricing is optimized to bring together educators and students and the education industry. The cost to attend this two-day conference for educators is only $1.40; students $15 and for everyone else, just $140.  To register, please visit: http://140edu.com/register

My hope is to bring together the most diverse community of people who are passionate about the state of education.

If you have a vested interest in the future of education, please make it a point to join us in NYC next week.

Best regards, Jeff

p.s. As of July 24th, the following educational institutions will be represented:

Avenues The World School – Baruch College-CUNY – Bloomfield BOE – Brooklyn Urban Gardens Charter School – Burlington High School – CA BOCES – Castle Hill Middle School MS127 – Cattaraugus Allegany BOCES – College Counseling for the Rest of Us – Columbus School – Commercial College of Iceland – DRS HALB Yeshiva High School for Boys – EdLab at Columbia University Teachers College – Elmhurst College – Grace Church School – Grandview Preparatory School – Great Neck South Middle School – Hackensack Public Schools – Harrison Central School District – Hartford Art School – Harvard University – High Tech High – Hudson High School – Kean University – Lambertville Public – Long Beach Middle School – Los Angeles Universal Preschool – Montclair High School – Montclair Kimberley Academy – Morris County School of Technology – Morris School District – Morristown High School – MS587 Middle School of the Arts – New Milford High School – Newark Public Schools – Parsons The New School for Design – Pascack Hills High School – Pascack Valley Regional High School District – Perth Amboy Board of Education – Pratt Institute – Rutgers Preparatory School – Rye City School District – Rye Middle School – Sachem High School East – Saint David’s School – Saint Michael School – Science Leadership Academy – Seymour High School – Solomon Schechter School of Westchester – Spence School – Springside Chestnut Hill Academy – St Francis College – Sts. Philip and James School – Suffern HS – Syracuse University-School of Education – The Dwight School – The Ramaz School – The School at Columbia University – Verona Public Schools – Wharton School – Yavneh Academy

 

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