Join us for the inaugural Digital Learning Annual Conference to learn from K–12 digital learning practitioners, researchers, and policymakers and share your ideas and experiences with others on similar journeys.
Join Allison Bazin, executive director of public relations at Pearson, Amanda Ebel, executive director at South Carolina Connections Academy, and Amar Kumar, senior vice president of product & portfolio management for the online & blended learning division at Pearson, to discuss how mobility affects student outcomes.
Join virtual school teachers Teresa Chmielewski, Wauwatosa Virtual Academy; Jen Goble, Indiana Connections Academy; and Director of Global Schools Mickey Revenaugh, Pearson, to explore how to personalize learning for every student.
Join Principal Dr. Mary Jo Holmes, Robertson County Virtual School; Principal Janet Schell, Oxford Virtual Academy; and Managing Director Kevin Hogan, Tech & Learning Media Group, to explore pathways to graduation.
In this session, educational leaders will share their best practices and learning solutions for serving a wide range of online learners, including:
Organized by District Administration magazine, join other school district superintendents and senior education executives for high-level networking and professional development in key topics related to K–12 leadership, including technology, special education, curriculum and assessment, and business and finance
iNACOL’s annual conference is the industry’s leading event shaping the future of K–12 education. Through thought-provoking sessions and information-sharing, become equipped to shape the future of education.
Join Rob Kremer, director of government relations at Pearson, and John Watson, CEO of the Evergreen Education Group, to explore how states can accurately measure the performance and effectiveness of all types of schools.
Join Principal Dean Heus, Wauwatosa Virtual Academy, Executive Director Melissa Brown, Indiana Connections Academy, and Dr. Alyssa Walters, Pearson Research, to discover their experiences with the efficacy of full-time online schools.