STEM Innovation...Leveraging Business, Government, and Education

Washington, District of Columbia
Thursday, October 21, 2010
   
Triangle Coalition Annual Conference
on STEM Education Policy
 


STEM Innovation...Leveraging Business, Government, and Education
Thursday, October 21, 2010 8:00 AM -
Friday, October 22, 2010 5:00 PM (Eastern Time)

L'Enfant Plaza Hotel
480 L'Enfant Plaza SW
Washington, District of Columbia
United States



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Download Slide Presentations:
 


Opening Keynote:
Steve Robinson, White House Domestic Policy Council and U.S. Department of Education - PPT slides

STEM Education Programs at Federal Agencies Panel:
Ping Ge, U.S. Department of Energy - Slides (PDF)
Carrie McDougall, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) - PPT slides

Common Standards:
Steve Pruitt, ACHIEVE - PPT slides
Tom Keller, Board on Science Education, National Research Council - PPT slides

Business Education Collaboration Opportunities:
Linda Rosen, Change the Equation - PPT slides 

STEM Academies Initiative Panel:
Kris Martini, Arlington County Public Schools - PPT slides
Kim Green, National Assocation of State Directors of Career Technical Educaiton Consortium - PPT slides
Shirley Bazdar, Loudon County Public Schools - PPT slides



About the Conference:

This year’s conference, "STEM Innovation...Leveraging Business, Government, and Education," will examine the key issues confronting education leaders at all levels. The conference will focus on the transition from policy to practice with panel discussions on Congress’s legislative agenda, the Administration’s education priorities, the implications of these issues to the various Federal Agencies with STEM Education programs, and how state and local education leaders can build on these policies and influence educational excellence in their own communities.
The conference will conclude with attendees making visits to Capitol Hill to meet with Congressional delegates to discuss these key issues.

The conference will be held at the L'Enfant Plaza Hotel in Washington, DC. See the "Lodging" page for information about hotel room reservations.


Registration discounts are available for Triangle Coalition members, early-birds, and groups of 3 or more!

While in town, make plans to attend the Inaugural USA Science and Engineering Festival and Expo to be held on the National Mall on Saturday and Sunday October 23-24. Find out more information about the festival here


Continue the discussions on Twitter @TriCoalition ~ Tweet before, during, and after the conference using the hashtag #STEMedPolicy


Registration Pricing Information:

 


 

Early Bird Registration Fees (before Sept. 1):
Triangle Coalition Members - $216  *enter discount code
Non-Members - $270


Regular Registration Fees (after Sept. 1):
Triangle Coalition Members - $240  *enter discount code
Non-Members - $300


Discounts:

 

Member Discount- Triangle Coalition members save 20% on registration! Just enter the member code emailed to you by Triangle Coalition. (If you have questions, contact Amanda Guelzow at GuelzowA@triangle-coalition.org or (703) 516-5961.)

Early Bird Discount- All those who register before September 1, 2010 will also save an additional 10% off of registration! (That's a total of 30% off for members who register early!)

Group Discount- Register 3 or more people at the same time and receive 10% off all registrations!

Not a member? Join today! For further information about membership, visit www.trianglecoalition.org or download the Triangle Coalition brochure  here.


 

 

 

 

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Contact Information

  • Debbie Murray
    murrayd@triangle-coalition.org
    (703) 516-5960
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