The Arizona State University + Global Silicon Valley Summit annually brings together the most impactful people from diverse constituencies—K12 and higher education leaders, entrepreneurs, business leaders, policymakers, leading technology companies, and philanthropists—to explore solutions, create partnerships, and shape the future of learning and talent innovation.
“I am honored to be able to attend the ASU GSV Summit as a means to further our school district’s vision in relation to digital learning,” said Moore. “I believe the International Standards for Technology Education are the new benchmark for planning technology based activities in which students achieve success in learning, communication, and life skills. ESUSD is extremely proud of the work we are doing, and remains committed to the integration of education technology and blended learning opportunities aligned with rigorous standards.”
On May 8-10, more than 3,500 leaders from around the world will convene in Salt Lake City, Utah, united by the passion to accelerate learning to ensure that everybody has an equal opportunity to participate in the future. The Summit dives deep into the latest innovations in education and talent technology from K-12 to higher education, the future of work, and global education and workforce talent management. Participants choose to attend the ASU GSV Summit to get connected to like-minded leaders, engage in discussions on the future of learning and talent, and hear from prominent keynote speakers.
Arizona State University and Global Silicon Valley believe that education is critical to ensuring all global citizens participate in the future. They created the ASU GSV Summit to elevate the dialogue around raising educational outcomes through scaled innovation.
About the El Segundo Unified School District
The El Segundo Unified School District (ESUSD) was established in 1912 to serve all of the residents living in the City of El Segundo and covers the western part of the city. ESUSD consists of six schools including the Eagle’s Nest Preschool, Richmond Street and Center Street Elementary Schools, El Segundo Middle School, El Segundo High School and the Arena/Virtual High School, as well as partnerships with the South Bay Adult School and California Regional Occupational Center (SoCal ROC).