The Learning Leaders Conference 2021

November 15-19, 2021 | USA

The premier event for learning leaders, is moving online for five energizing days, packed with thought-provoking sessions diving into the issues facing today's learning leaders in our rapidly changing world. We'll be deeply engaged in a wide variety of discussions and experiences examining the strategies, skills, and solutions that matter most to our work and the organizations we serve. Join us from your home or office on November 15 – 19 for Learning 2021 Online!

Spotlight

Each year, Project Tomorrow, a national education nonpro t organization, facilitates the Speak Up National Research Project and, as part of this initiative, tracks the growing student, educator and parent interest in digital learning, and how our nation’s schools and districts are addressing that interest with innovative ways to use technology in and out of the classroom. While technological advancements have made it possible for us to customize how we shop, bank and interact with each other, for the most part the traditional classroom model has continued to rely upon one size ts all paradigm that may support eficiency, but does not adequately address individual students’ strengths and weaknesses. But that may be changing


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Each year, Project Tomorrow, a national education nonpro t organization, facilitates the Speak Up National Research Project and, as part of this initiative, tracks the growing student, educator and parent interest in digital learning, and how our nation’s schools and districts are addressing that interest with innovative ways to use technology in and out of the classroom. While technological advancements have made it possible for us to customize how we shop, bank and interact with each other, for the most part the traditional classroom model has continued to rely upon one size ts all paradigm that may support eficiency, but does not adequately address individual students’ strengths and weaknesses. But that may be changing

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