SXSWedu 2017: Our recap of Austin's premier ed innovation gathering

We've rounded up all of our coverage of last week's show in one location for your convenience

Some of the biggest names in K-12 and higher ed administration, thought leadership and innovation descended upon the Austin Convention Center last week for SXSWedu 2017. Education Dive was on hand to check out the sessions and speak with a number of attendees and presenters, including New York City Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña.

For your convenience, we've compiled a complete list of our SXSWedu coverage below.

  1. Higher ed and K-12 cooperation boosts outcomes, access [SXSWedu 2017]

    Two initiatives discussed in a panel at SXSWedu highlight the benefits of partnership across all levels of the education field. Read More >>

  2. Are teachers K-12's greatest untapped innovation engines? [SXSWedu 2017]

    Two administrators and a teacher shared their thoughts on how school and district leaders can facilitate game-changing ideas in the classroom. Read More >>

  3. NYC's Fariña talks equity and creating future educator pipelines [SXSWedu 2017]

    The chancellor of the nation's largest district sees a critical role for K-12 schools in fostering the next generation of teachers. Read More >>

  4. Wednesday at SXSWedu 2017: NYC's equity bet and liberal arts 2.0

    Author Tim Ferriss was keynote speaker on day three, and there was no shortage of great sessions as the conference rolled into its second-to-last day. Read More >>

  5. Tuesday at SXSWedu: Higher ed access and future-ready librarians

    Catch up on more session recaps and announcements from the second day of Austin's annual ed innovation extravaganza. Read More >>

  6. Monday at SXSWedu 2017: Equity and teachers as innovation engines

    Couldn't make it to Austin? We've got you covered with some quick session recaps and a rundown of several news releases. Read More >>

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