eSchool Media effort will address education’s challenges

eSM partners are bringing K-12 stakeholders, industry thought leaders together to collaborate, communicate, and break down barriers

eSN-educationeSchool Media (eSM), is thrilled to announce the launch of its eSchool Experience and Exchange Regional Assembly Series (E3).

The vision behind the E3 series is to shed light on and provide a venue for collaboration between school, district and industry leaders to openly discuss and address the challenges facing education today and those of tomorrow while fostering conversations that lead to real, actionable solutions for our kids.

The first E3 Assembly in the series is slated for early-Q2 2015 in California.

In partnership with GreyED Solutions and Net4EdAccess, eSM will convene both National and Regional Advisory Boards, comprised of educators and administrators, for the E3 Series to ensure each assembly touches far-reaching national issues like the Common Core or Blended Learning as well as local challenges teachers face in their classrooms daily.

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“It has become increasingly important to ensure that there is more room at the decision making table within school districts, once implemented, any ed-tech solution or change to instructional approach can touch all corners of a school or district,” said eSchool Media Group Publisher Wendy LaDuke.

Over the course of the two-day E3 Assembly, educators, administrators, and vendors alike will have the chance to attend breakout sessions, panels and round table discussions hosted by their peers that will highlight collaborative solutions applied to some of the biggest challenges facing education today.

These sessions will showcase district teams who crossed organizational silos to collaborate, communicate and leverage technology for impacting student success. Vendors will hear directly from school leaders on their challenges and successes and will have the opportunity for direct feedback on how their products or services resonates with the goals schools are focused on.

“The E3 Assemblies will provide a forum for interaction and collaboration between stakeholders, engaging the entire ‘village’ to ensure successful implementations and increased student achievement,” said GreyED CEO Dr. Julie Carter.

For more information about the E3 Assembly Series and how your organization or district can participate, please visit

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