Join us for a conference about ed innovation on May 13!

Hey y’all! We are super excited that the Watson College is hosting its second “Making Innovation a Priority in NC Schools” conference at UNCW on May 13. The goals of the conference are to highlight innovative programs and practices across the state, build support for an infrastructure for innovation, and provide attendees with an opportunity to engage in innovative/design thinking. I’ll be there sharing innovations I see happening now and in the future from my travels across NC, around the country and our world. Please join us! For more information about the conference go to the conference website here. Registration is FREE, but we need you to sign up by May 1! 

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