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K-12 Technology Management Conference

From: Gregg Downey <downey@eschoolnews.org>
Date: Thu, 07 Oct 1999 12:19:50 -0400
Message-ID: <37FCC684.5F9E@eschoolnews.org>
To: "ConfAnnounce" <ConfAnnounce@eschoolnews.org>
Dear Colleague,

In case you haven't taken a look at your calendar recently, it's
October 7 --  which means the SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
2000 Conference and Exhibition is exactly 10 days away!  You
still have time to attend the nation's only conference for
school technology MANAGEMENT professionals.

For additional information, visit: 
http://www.eschoolnews.org/events/stm2k
For a free brochure, visit: 
http://www.eschoolnews.org/events/stm2k/brochure.html

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A national leadership conference
for K-12 decision makers...

    SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT 2000
                CONFERENCE AND EXPOSITION
          Blueprints, Tools, and Practices for the
                   21st Century School Leader

                     October 17-20, 1999
           Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC
         http://www.eschoolnews.org/events/stm2k
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Attendees will choose from 40 sessions,  roundtables
and workshops within 5 management tracks:

   -- LEADERSHIP & VISION

   -- PURCHASING & BUSINESS PRACTICES

   -- INTEGRATION & TECHNICAL SUPPORT

   -- HUMAN RESOURCES & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

   -- ACCOUNTABILITY & COMMUNICATIONS

75 nationally recognized experts will be speaking at
SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT 200 -- including:

* John Gage, chief science officer at Sun Microsystems,
instrumental in developing the JAVA programming language
and founder of "Net Day," the national campaign
to wire every school to the internet.

* Allen Schmieder, a leader in education reform, served
two years in the White House where he developed the
high-tech K-12 GLOBE Program.

* Douglas E. Van Houweling, president and CEO of the
Internet2 project, the national initiative to develop a
super-fast successor to today's internet.

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BY ATTENDING THIS CONFERENCE, YOU'LL...

* become a full-fledged expert by mastering scores of
  proven school technology management techniques.
* discover school technology management models that
  really work.
* network with you colleagues -- thousands of K-12
  leaders and technology decision makers from
  coast-to-coast.
* meet senior executives of key technology companies to
  discuss the state-of-the-art in education technology
  products.
* learn dozen of little-known strategies that ensure
  successful budgeting, acquisition, and integration of
  technology in your schools.
* discover the unwritten rules to follow when developing,
  implementing, and evaluating a winning school technology
  program.
* master the art of negotiating successful school
  technology contracts.

SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT 2000 also
features a one-of-kind BLUE RIBBON EXHIBITION
where attendees will meet with a select group of
the nation's top school technology product and
service providers.

The event, co-sponsored by Dell Computer Corporation,
is produced by eSchool News in cooperation with the
FamilyEducation Network, Symbol Technologies, and JDL
Technologies.

Other organizations supporting SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY
MANAGEMENT 2000 include:

   -- CEO Forum on Education and Technology
   -- National Association of Partners in Education (NAPE)
   -- National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP)
   -- National Association of State Directors of Special
      Educators (NASDSE)
   -- National Middle School Association (NMSA)
   -- TECH CORPS

      *****  To learn more about *****
  SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT 2000, you can:

- visit http://www.eschoolnews.org/events/stm2k
- call the conference hotline:  (800) 394-0115 x120
- eMail your FAX number to: stm2k@eschoolnews.org
- write: eSchool News
            Attn: STM2K,
            7920 Norfolk Ave., #900,
            Bethesda MD  20814

We look forward to seeing you at this important,
landmark event!

Sincerely,

Gregg W. Downey
Executive Director
downey@eschoolnews.org
Received on Thursday, 7 October 1999 15:11:14 GMT

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