Space is limited! Only
8 3 spaces available!
See how school districts are helping students navigate 21st Century learning in three categories:
- Learning and Innovation – critical thinking, problem solving, innovation
- Digital Literacy – technology, media, information
- Life and Career Skills – leadership, self-direction, adaptability, accountability
Learn why Coxsackie-Athens Central School District was ranked #1! Students will discuss their participation in a student technology help desk and their use of micro-credentials to enhance coding, literacy and life-ready skills through self-led learning.
West Hempstead High School
The West Hempstead HS Virtual Enterprise Program is a business simulation that turns the classroom into a real-world office. Students manage a virtual business selling their products online and at the trade shows to other firms around the world.
Monticello Central School District: My Brother's Keeper Program
This booth will showcase all of the highlights, activities, events and initiatives developed by our students in the My Brother's Keeper Family and Community Engagement Program to improve outcomes for young men of color.
The Irvington UFSD student Innovation Fund is a student grant program supported by the Irvington Education Foundation. It is designed to promote student agency by inspiring unique student-led programs to enrich learning.
Hewlett-Woodmere Public Schools
Students will highlight our Outdoor Environmental Center, offering gardening areas, a greenhouse, aquaponics and hydroponic systems, a food composter and pond ecosystem. Students think creatively and critically while experiencing gardening, maintaining ecosystems and observing growth of different plans and animals.
Space is limited, contact Anna O'Hara via email or phone at 800-342-3360 x 3710 for more information.