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Closing the Pandemic Learning Gap

Exploring how technology investments will support strategic decisions and opportunities

MARCH 22, 2023

Join us as our panel of experts discusses artificial intelligence and data analytics that can help identify students most at risk from falling behind, e-learning platforms that deliver a personalized education plan for every student as well as hybrid solutions that provide better access to labs and other learning tools.
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MAY 24, 2023

Our panel of public sector education IT leaders will discuss best practices including how to access funding and structure spending to cover ongoing training and implementation, the hallmarks of a successful technology training strategy for educators and students as well as top trends for implementation.
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