Start your SXSW experience a week early by registering to attend the SXSWedu Conference & Festival, March 6-9, 2017 in Austin.
The SXSWedu Conference & Festival fosters innovation in learning by hosting a passionate and diverse community of education stakeholders.
Now in its seventh year, SXSWedu has quickly emerged as a catalyst for change in education. The four-day event features hundreds of compelling sessions, in-depth workshops, engaging learning experiences, mentorship, film screenings, startup events, policy-centered discussions, business opportunities, networking and so much more!
Purchase your SXSWedu badge for $445 when you register before the Friday, January 13 discount deadline. Or, save big and add a SXSWedu badge to your SXSW Platinum, Interactive, Film or Music badge purchase for only $295. Once registered, book your hotel through SXSW Housing & Travel for the best available rates.
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SXSWedu 2017 Speakers Announced
SXSWedu has revealed the first wave of speakers confirmed for March 2017! The announcement includes 2016 National Teacher of the Year, Jahana Hayes; American designer, technologist and catalysts behind the national movement to transform STEM to STEAM, John Maeda; Smithsonian’s newly appointed Director of the Arts & Industries Building, Rachel Goslins; University of Texas System Chancellor William McRaven, and CODE2040’s co-founder and CEO, Laura Weidman Powers.
From their support of learners in and out of the classroom to their work influencing policy and priorities, each of these speakers is impacting today’s education landscape in a powerful way. Learn more about these voices and stay tuned for more programming announcements from SXSWedu.
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Photos of (l-r) SXSWedu speakers Jahana Hayes, John Maeda, Rachel Goslins, William McRaven & Laura Weidman Powers. Photos courtesy of the speakers.