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Review information about
Ed Tech Government Forums held in:
2009 | 2008 | 2007
and Ed Tech DC Fly-Ins from:
2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003



Thanks to our speakers, partners, sponsors and SIIA member attendees for making the SIIA Ed Tech Government Forum another great success in 2010!

2010 Conference Photo Album & Session Summaries

Rodriguez Speaks to 200 Ed Tech Supporters                        U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan Keynote Previews DoED Ed Tech Plan by siiadc.

2010 Forum a Success:

Attendees are Talking about the 2010 Forum:

“This was by far the most useful conference I've attended this year. The speakers were high level administrators and legislators who offered first-hand knowledge about the federal funding picture--information that is vital to our company's planning and projections.”
- Chevy Martin, Marketing Manager Policy and Funding, School Specialty Intervention

“EGTF continues to be the most valuable policy briefing and networking event available to the Ed Tech industry.”
- Rob Foshay, Director of Research, Texas Instruments

“SIIA's Ed Tech Government Forum provides up close and personal information on the direction and strategies effecting the education and Ed Tech industry - directly from the policy makers.”
- Michael Campbell, Director of Marketing, Follett Software Company

“Federal legislation seems to be changing quickly and there are a lot of unanswered questions. This was the year to come -- it was clear the SIIA Forum brought in some great speakers. Having Arne Duncan was a clear draw for me.”
- Rick Abrams, General Manager, Scholastic/Tom Snyder Productions

“Frank and interactive discussions about Fed and State level education challenges and opportunities directly affecting students, teachers and parents, along with high quality networking are the big value take-aways for me.”
- Dan Rinn, VP Alliances & Partnerships, Turning Technologies

“Attending the 2010 Forum was a great way to meet others in the industry and to raise our own company's profile. It was very worthwhile.”
- Steve Grimm, Director of Business Development, Computer Power Solutions of Illinois, Ltd.

With the Obama Administration fundamentally reshaping federal education programs and national policy, SIIA members attended the 2010 Ed Tech Government Forum to:  

This Forum is available to SIIA members only. For more information, please contact Mark Schneiderman.


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