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Innovative Education Reception in Bay Area

Innovative Education Reception in Bay Area

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We're hosting an Innovative Education Reception on Aug 17th in San Francisco, CA, bringing together education leaders from non-profits, funders, academics, and startups and discuss new opportunities for collaboration. We're looking to include information on the innovative STEM education programs supporting Bay Area students. Do you represent a program or organization that should be included? Please email me at, and if you're interested in attending the reception, please also send me a note. We have limited complementary admissions for innovative education program leaders. ---Additional Information: The Innovative Education Reception includes special guests from NASA, the Lemelson Foundation, and the Invention Experience who will talk about innovative education support and programs. In addition, there will be entertainment from Youth Speaks poets and music to close out the evening.

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