Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Looking for help to invite educators to #140edu

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Looking for your help - please help invite educators to #140edu

Today I am reaching out to the greater #140conf community and I am asking for a favor...I need your help to invite educators to join us at #140edu (http://140edu.com) taking place next week, 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 I reached out to Chris Lehmann, Principal, Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia and together we 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 over at: http://edu2011.140conf.com/speakers-2

Thanks to the #140conf community, I was able to curate what I believe will be a great two day conference. You can review the schedule over at: http://edu2011.140conf.com/schedule.
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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