Education Events Launches the School Administrator Symposium, Los Angeles

Event Scheduled for May 2005 Highlights Issues Affecting the Quality of

Education Through Technology; Dr. Julian E. Lange Chairs the Conference

Mar 01, 2005, 00:00 ET from Education Events

    CANTON, Mass., March 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Education Events, a K-12 Conference
 Series Producer, today introduced The School Administrator Symposium, Los
 Angeles -- an event focused on the role of entrepreneurship and technology in
 education.  The two-day conference will be held May 18-19, 2005 at the
 University of Southern California and includes a focused, contemporary
 conference program and highly-regarded industry thought-leaders and
     Dr. Julian E. Lange, a professor of Entrepreneurship Fellow at Babson
 College, ranked number one in Entrepreneurship, chairs the conference.  He has
 brought a team of industry and academic leaders together who specialize in the
 cutting edge developments of entrepreneurship and technology education.  These
 speakers include Dr. Julian Lange; John Super, president, Lesson Lab
 (Pearson); Randy Hinrichs, Advanced Strategies and Policies, Microsoft Corp.;
 and Rem Jackson, President, GoKnow.
     This symposium is a must attend for Superintendents, Assistant
 Superintendents, Directors of Technology, Principals and School Board members
 who want to leverage technology and leadership to attain the best for their
 district and enhance student performance.  It will feature more than fifteen
 sessions over two days.  Conference tracks include:
     WHY - The Strategies and Solutions
     WHAT - The Practical Implementations - Potentials and Pitfalls
     HOW - The Guided Tour for the Implementation of New Technologies
     Product Labs - Hands on Training and Demonstrations
     "With the ever increasing forces on schools to deliver with reduced
 budgets, becoming entrepreneurial is even more critical today than ever
 before.  To do so, the right mix of technology, business skills, and
 educational focus is essential.  We will provide the right tools to plan,
 fund, adapt and implement school goals," said Dr. Lange.
     For more information or to register for the event, please visit
     About Education Events
     Education Events is a division of Exgenex, which employs over fifty
 employees with more than 20 developers and programmers.  Education Events
 focuses on technology and innovation conferences for the K-12 Education space.
 Our commitment to our client's success means we are constantly exploring new
 and better ways to provide excellent customer service along with our
 relentless desire to utilize existing technology in a way that will enhance
 our clients events.
     Contact Information:
      Marc Lie
      Editorial Contact of Exgenex
      (781) 821-6628

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