SXSW EDU opens 2019 'PanelPicker'

Cast your vote for session proposals for the 2019 education conference in Austin. Among them is "What's Driving K-12 Innovation?" from EdScoop.

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SXSW EDU officials are seeking “up or down votes” on nearly 1,500 potential sessions under consideration for next year’s annual education conference in Austin, Texas. Among the proposals: “What’s Driving K-12 Innovation?” — a panel featuring top education technology leaders who will explore the mega-trends reshaping K-12 education.

The panel, organized by EdScoop and the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), will highlight forthcoming research on the factors driving — and impeding — change.

Speaking on the panel, if approved, is Keith Krueger, CEO of CoSN; Frankie Jackson, chief technology officer at Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District in Texas; and Bernadine Futrell, director of leadership services at AASA, The School Superintendents Association. Wyatt Kash, of Scoop News Group, will moderate.

Vote for the panel here. And see all the sessions here.

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