The DLAC Superintendents Program
District superintendents face unique issues and opportunities related to digital learning.
We’re here to help.
The DLAC Superintendents Program (DSP) is a curated conference experience for invited superintendents who are interested in networking with their peers as they start or grow online, blended, and digital learning in their districts.
All conference attendees seek knowledge, networking, and strategies based on their positions and experience. District superintendents are in a distinct category because of the extent of their responsibility and influence. The DSP maximizes the benefits to superintendents attending the conference by providing exclusive networking opportunities, and helping superintendents target the sessions, discussions, and meetings most valuable to them and their districts.
DSP participants may attend any/all conference sessions. In addition, they have the opportunity to take part in the following activities:
A pre-conference lunch hosted by DLAC organizers to explain the digital learning landscape and conference goals, and to meet other superintendents.
Hosted discussions with other DSP participants at the conference receptions on Monday and Tuesday afternoons/evenings.
A dedicated digital learning expert who will help personalize the conference for each superintendent by explaining specific sessions and speakers and be available throughout conference hours.
A facilitated Tuesday lunch discussion, and closing Wednesday morning coffee conversation.
Post-DLAC web conference to establish an ongoing networking opportunity for DSP participants.
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Interested in a detailed description of the Superintendent’s Program?
Contact: Butch Gemin