Is California going to lose its leadership position in technology and science? Are we doing enough to prepare our youth as other states and countries aggressively move to educate their young people in the hopes of displacing California as the technology capital of the world? On April 11, join a panel of experts to hear their views.
"T2" lunch and panel discussion:
"Technology and Education: Are We Losing Our Edge?"
Tuesday, April 11 - 11am 'til 1pm*
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Blvd.
Mountain View, CA 94043
Betty Baker, Executive Director of the Bay Area Council of the American
Rafael Granados, Associate Director of UCCP (University of California
Dr. JoAnne Miller, ICT California Coordinator for Intel Teach
John Toole, Executive Director and CEO, Computer History Museum
Ann Wrixon, Executive Director of the Institute for Computer Technology
FREE, but RSVP by phone / email required:
* 11am - 11:45am: Reception and casual networking
11:45am - 12:30pm: Panel Discussion moderated by Ann Wrixon, Executive
Director of the Institute for Computer Technology
12:30pm: Q & A followed by tour of the Computer History Museum
Added by ericsf7 on April 3, 2006