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Welcome! We hope you will join us at the second annual Leading ED Forum. A partnership of the Virginia Department of Education and the Virginia Society for Technology in Education, this event is designed to meet the needs of the Commonwealth’s instructional and educational technology leaders. We’ve added a second day to focus on networks and broadband. 

Registration is open now: https://events.vstereg.org/events/lef2017/


VSTE has not reserved a hotel room block for Leading Ed2 on October 11, 2016. However, there are a variety of reasonably priced hotels located near Daniel Technology Center in Culpeper, VA. Here is a list for your convenience:

Best Western Culpeper Inn

Holiday Inn Express and Suites Culpeper

Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Culpeper

Quality Inn

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Thursday, October 19 • 2:25pm - 3:10pm
The View From the Field: Emerging Leaders Panel

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In 2017, three Virginia educators were recognized as part of the National School Boards Association 20 to Watch program. The program identifies emerging education technology leaders who have the potential to impact the field for the next 20 years.

These educators play different leadership role in very different school divisions, each working to transform teaching and learning.

Kourtney Bostain, Assistant Director, Instructional Technology, Henrico County Public Schools, Henrico

Lynmara Colón, Principal, Mary Williams Elementary School, Prince William County Public Schools, Dumfries

Chad Ratliff, Director, Instructional Programs, Albemarle County Public Schools, Charlottesville

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Kourtney Bostain

Assistant Director of Instructional Technology, Henrico County Public Schools

Lynmara Colon

PrincipalPrince William County Schools
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Chad Ratliff

Director of Instructional Programs, Albemarle County Public Schools
Chad Ratliff is a district administrator for Albemarle County Public Schools, which serves ~14,000 students in 26 different school facilities, located over 700 square miles surrounding Charlottesville, VA. His work focuses on seeding and expanding the district’s portfolio of nontraditional learning experiences such as maker-centered learning, customized pathways, STEAM, and entrepreneurial opportunities across the K12 curriculum as part of the... Read More →

Thursday October 19, 2017 2:25pm - 3:10pm
Room 104A