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Digital Directions Live Today

Hi guys. We hope to see some of you in person today for the first of our two live events this week. But if you can't make it to downtown Washington, check out our live video coverage of some of the highlights of our "Unleashing Technology to Personalize Learning" program.

At 8:30 Eastern time this morning, you can check out what U.S. education technology chief Karen Cator has to say in her opening keynote. At 1:15 this afternoon, you can listen in to a panel discussion about how educators are using education technology to individualize instruction. And at 3:15, Florida Virtual School CEO Julie Young will deliver closing remarks.

And if you can't make it to Washington but plan on being in the Northeast later this week, you can still register on site for our Boston event.

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