Access to Learning Summits featuring accessible technologies for Google

Student with headphones looking at a Google Chromebook

Google has opened up classrooms, schools, and districts to Universal Design for Learning (UDL). It’s hard to ignore the fact that over 30 million teachers and students use Google Classroom globally. A decade ago, very few schools had one-to-one computing initiatives; now over half of schools have gone 1:1. This is opening up unprecedented learning opportunities.


This school year (2019-2020), we’re partnering with Google to bring a series of educational summits to over 40 cities across the country next school year. These summits will focus on using Google apps and accessible technologies to truly close the achievement gap. 


Attendees will get opportunities to go hands-on with Next Gen 2in1 Chromebooks and activities designed by EdTechTeam (known for their GAFE Google Apps for Education Summits and tech implementation). 


Register now for an Access to Learning Summit near you.

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