NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- State Education Commissioner Bruce Opie says Tennessee continues to upgrade technology education.
To that end, the Tennessee Department of Education is sponsoring the 28th annual Tennessee Education Technology Conference, designed specifically for school and district educational technology leaders and instructors.
Each year the conference offers opportunities for growth and development through training sessions, labs, workshops, interest sessions and peer networking. The goal is to encourage participants to integrate technology into the classroom lesson plans.
The event, through Friday at the Nashville Convention Center, includes a trade show with exhibits featuring the newest technologies, related software and services of interest to the education technology market.
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