1. Mark Pincus and Andrew Ng with John Doerr

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    John Doerr discusses the role of education games and MOOCs in improving education and increasing students' options with Marc Pincus of Zynga and Andrew Ng of Coursera. Mark announces the launch of the Zynga.org and NewSchools Venture Fund Learning Games Accelerator, created to lend social gaming expertise to education technology companies developing the next generation of learning games and apps by giving them space at Zynga headquarters to work and access to Zynga developers. Andrew announces Coursera's launch of new teacher training MOOCs (massive open online courses). John Doerr, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers (Interviewer) Mark Pincus, Zynga Andrew Ng, Coursera

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    • A Conversation with Tom Friedman

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      What does America need to do in order to raise the bar for our students, and what we can learn from other countries in this respect? Tom Friedman shares how America’s current trajectory compares to the best examples elsewhere as well as insights about how to move forward and upward. Tom Friedman, New York Times Ted Mitchell, NewSchools Venture Fund

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      • In Conversation With Secretary Duncan

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        Secretary Duncan shares his hopes and plans for the second term and insights about where reform best happens. Secretary. Laurene Powell Jobs, Emerson Collective (Interviewer) Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, US Department of Education

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        • The Parent Voice in Ed Reform

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          This session explores some of the difficult topics that parents and organizations working with parents are facing throughout the country. What does it mean for the progress of community action when the NAACP vocally opposes charter schools? Are we doing enough as an education reform movement to protect the charter schools that are successful in this country? What needs to happen to close more schools that are failing? How do we bridge the gap between the grassroots organizations and the rest of the education reform community? How do we sustain long-lasting change? The panelists identify the parts of the education reform advocacy movement that are disconnected and broken and offer solutions for how to fix it. Russlynn Ali, Emerson Collective (Moderator) Alberto Retana, Community Coalition Michael Lomax (United Negro College Fund) Karen Martinez (Alum Rock School District) Shawn Sprewer, St. Marcus Lutheran School

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          • The Common Core is Coming!

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            The Common Core State Standards aims public education at exactly the right goal: college-and-career readiness for all students. To meet these inspiring and ambitious standards demands transformational changes in teaching and learning. With fewer than two years before the initial administration of Common Core-aligned tests in 2014-15, we hear perspectives from a panel of practitioner leaders and lead standards-author (and 2012 NewSchools Change Agent of the year) David Coleman. Panelists discuss early efforts and lessons learned, talk about the resources that have been most helpful in implementation thus far, and articulate areas most in need of additional R&D from the entrepreneurial sector. Pat McCarthy, ExxonMobil (Introduction) David Coleman, The College Board (Moderator) Ashley Hebda, Educator John King, New York State Education Department Brian Pick, DC Public Schools

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            • What America Can Learn From the World’s Leading Schools

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              What can be really learned from international comparisons? What can be usefully learned from other countries? What can’t? What does it mean for education reform and entrepreneurship? This session looks at what is truth and what is fiction in these comparisons, as well as offer bright spots that participants can look to and learn from for best practices and insights. Amanda Ripley, Journalist (Moderator) Sir Michael Barber, Pearson Jon Schnur, America Achieves Joanne Weiss, US Department of Education

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              • cyberstars-socialmedia-mastermind

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                CyberStars Summit Reston 2013. Mastermind Session from many of the top agents in the CyberStars group sharing how they are using social media to connect with , convert and close more real estate transactions each year. This group sells hundreds of properties each and every year ranking in the top 5% of Realtors around the globe, and the top agents in their communities. In this session there is a ton of great information on everything from Facebook, LinkedIn, Rapportive, google, and many other great ideas that are sure to give you a to do list that will take the rest of the year to implement. The CyberStars Summit is for current CyberStars members and in this session you will hear some Summit Exclusive ideas shared only here in this group.

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                • How the Education Market Will Kill Your Innovation

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                  What are parents, teachers, and school leaders seeking from education companies? What are the reasons behind these decisions? What are the lessons for how innovation happens in these markets? The speakers in this session offer their perspectives on these questions as well as other ideas on how entrepreneurs should bridge the disconnect between the demand and the supply side moving forward. Rob Mancabelli, BrightBytes (Moderator) Jay Garlapati, DonorsChoose.org Bill Jackson, GreatSchools Marguerite Roza, Edunomics Lab at Georgetown University

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                  • Millions and Millions of Great Teachers Needed: How Will We Meet this Need?

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                    Quality teachers are key to student success. Yet, the need far exceeds the supply. In this session, experienced leaders share innovative approaches to preparing teachers so that they are classroom-ready on day one, improving the skillfulness of veteran teachers and changing the labor composition of schools so that a great teacher's reach extends further. Reba Dominski, Target (Introduction) Kaya Henderson, DC Public Schools (Moderator) Jennifer Green, Urban Teacher Center Ellen Moir, New Teacher Center Richard Nyankori, Insight Education Group Diane Tavenner, Summit Public Schools

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                    • The Summit Conference Call for County Coordinators 2013-08-21

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                      The CALL's annual summit is coming up in about a month. Join us for a preview of the sessions, breakouts and everything else you need to know about this important event. And be sure to join us in person at the Summit

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