School Leaders Championing E-Learning Head to Chicago for AASA Digital Consortium Convening


James Minichello 
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Consortium Serving as National Leader in Shaping Educational Technology Policies and Programs

Alexandria, Va. – July 25, 2017 – Superintendents who are leading the digital learning movement in school districts across America are gathering in Chicago, July 26-28, as part of AASA’s Digital Consortium.

During the three-day meeting, district leaders guiding digital transitions will engage in meaningful dialogue with their peers that will highlight emerging and successful models of combining digital content and professional development to improve student achievement. This event is hosted by The School Superintendents Association in partnership with Rethink Ed and McGraw Hill Education.

“The champions for children who comprise this consortium have worked tirelessly to ensure that the impact of the digital revolution is being felt in classrooms in their respective districts and across the country,” said Daniel A. Domenech, executive director, AASA. “At a time when peer-to-peer engagement is critical for exchanging ideas and best practices about hot-button issues such as digital learning, I am proud of the superintendents who are part of our leadership program. We thank Rethink Ed and McGraw Hill Education for supporting this initiative.”

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