How to learn in 2018 and beyond

Educators, coaches and students will get more out of this year’s Summit Professional Education Summit in Boston by taking an active role in helping the country’s schools become better equipped for learning.

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Learn more about the Summit Professional Educators Summit.

The Summit Professional Educational Summit is a two-day event that celebrates education and innovation.

The Summit is the premier conference for professional educators and the next step in the advancement of education.

This year, it will take place July 19-21 in Boston.

The first edition of the Summit was held in 2013 and featured speakers like President Obama, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, President Biden, and U.K. Education Secretary Nicky Morgan.

The summit will take a deeper dive into the ways we are changing the way we educate our kids, educators said in a release.

The 2017 Summit featured leaders in government, business and education, along with academics, business leaders and industry leaders.

“We are very excited to have the Summit on the calendar for 2018,” said Nancy Smith, President and CEO of Summit Education.

“With the President and his Cabinet, we look forward to hosting a session on ‘The Future of Education.'”

Teachers, administrators and students can learn more about learning and leadership skills at the Summit through the interactive Learning Strategies and Practices Summit.

The session will feature leaders from organizations such as the National Governors Association, UH System, University of Houston and the University of Pennsylvania.

The sessions are intended to provide educators with a hands-on and real-world experience of how they are being challenged, said Edie Henningsen, president and CEO at Summit Education and former chair of the UH Board of Trustees.

The UH and UHs Health Sciences Center will host the sessions as well as the UHS Office of Technology Development and Innovation, UHS Foundation, UHA Health Services and the National Association of County Superintendents.

The UH Health Sciences Building will host a panel discussion on STEM learning strategies and practices.

Other speakers include President Barack Obama, former President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, President Donald Trump, Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres and President of the World Bank Nouriel Roubini.

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine will host an interactive summit on the future of education with more than 150 experts from academic, industry and government.

The Academies and the Summit are expected to host an event on the Summit this month.

The summit will also host a number of special events for educators.

It will include an open house on the summit with presentations by members of the community and a workshop on learning strategies.

In addition, the Summit will host workshops on how to be more productive and effective in your work and what to do if you get stuck.

Learn more about how to prepare for the Summit and how to get involved at www.summit.org/2017.