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PROUD MEMBER OF THE ASU+GSV COMMITTEE FOR OVER 10 YEARS


Since 2010 CER has attended and supported the collaboration between Arizona State University (ASU) and Global Silicon Valley (GSV). The annual ASU+GSV Summit is the world’s leading education and workforce innovation summit.



APRIL 8-10, 2019 | SAN DIEGO, CA
Stop by our booth at  Exhibit Space #207

As one of the Summit’s “Originals” CER is eager to accelerate education transformation for learners at all levels. A few important things to share with you to help us get started:

  • CER will be introducing its new ed tech start up at the Summit, a platform that has the potential to create the most powerful education network in the world!  Stop by our booth at  Exhibit Space #207 on the second floor to learn more, and watch for a special ASU+GSV attendee code to become an inaugural member as our gift to the ASU+GSV team for 10 years of fabulous inspiration.
  • Reality Check with Jeanne Allen, a weekly podcast weekly podcast series on anything and everything having to do with education will also be airing from our perch on the second floor at the Manchester Hyatt on Tuesday.  Come by and give me the answer to some key questions we will be asking innovators of all kinds. If you want to schedule a time to talk ahead of time, write to ram@edreform.com.
  • CER’s CEO, Jeanne Allen, is honored to be leading a discussion with education innovators on a provocative topic,  An Argument for a Return to Black Schools, starring Patricia Brantley, CEO of Friendship Public Charter School, Washington, DC; Howard Fuller, Director, Institute for the Transformation of Learning, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI; and Lloyd Knight, Principal, Thomas Carr Howe Community High School, Indianapolis, IN.  Join us Tuesday at 10 am in Harbor G, Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel on the second floor to explore this and other issues these leading innovators and devoted activists face every day.

It’s going to be a great few days. We’re proud to be sponsors again, and more importantly, friends and compatriots of Michael, Deborah and the whole ASU team in fostering more innovations to improve the economic well being for citizens here and throughout the Globe.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM PAST SUMMITS

ASU+GSV 2018

CER SESSIONS

IT’S 5 O’CLOCK SOMEWHERE! CAN EDTECH SAVE RURAL AMERICA?

Attendees joined moderator, Jeanne Allen, for cocktails and a frank conversation about bringing 21st century innovations in teaching and learning to Rural Education, to improve education at all levels, and the economic climate as well.

PANELISTS:
Hon. Kevin Chavous, President of Academics, Policy & Schools, K12 Inc.
Jon Hage, CEO, Charter Schools USA
Barry Malkin, CEO, Carnegie Learning
Emiliano Abramzon, Co-Founder & Head of Customer Success, Nearpod
Gerard Robinson, Exe Director, The Center For Advancing Opportunity

IS THERE AN APP FOR THAT?
TRANSFORMING THE LIVES OF LOW-LITERATE ADULTS THROUGH MOBILE TECH

Leaders from the Barbara Bush Foundation, presenting sponsor Dollar General Literacy Foundation, and the Barbara Bush Foundation Adult Literacy XPRIZE Foundation took an in-depth look at the emerging marketplace for adult literacy technology solutions.

MODERATED BY: Chris Frangione, Interim CEO/Barbara Bush Foundation, and Shlomy Kattan, Adult Literacy XPRIZE

XPRIZE SEMIFINALISTS AT ASU + GSV:
AmritaCREATE (Amritapuri, Kerala, India)
Learning Games Studios (Wisconsin, USA)
Learning Upgrade (San Diego, CA, USA)
 


ASU+GSV 2016

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS