Next week marks the start of the ASU+GSV 2023 Summit, one of the most important education events of the year. The must-attend conference, which will focus on building a “Brave New World,” will bring together the most impactful leaders in digital learning and workforce skills to talk about imagining a new era in which all people have equal access to the future of education.
Technology has advanced tremendously to address gaps between online and in-person learning. Thanks to these technological advancements, addressing some of the larger challenges feels even more attainable than ever.
When our team at Class thinks about achieving our mission of changing the way the world learns, this includes equal educational opportunities for learners across the globe. Our software not only fills the gaps between online and traditional teaching and learning, but it also provides additional opportunities and connectivity that don’t often happen in day-to-day in-person classroom settings. Being part of this conversation of great change is important to our team at Class and we’re eager to engage, learn and discuss ways that we can improve the future of education alongside one another.
ASU+GSV recently announced that Class was featured on the 2023 GSV 150 highlighting the world’s most transformational companies in online learning and workforce skilling.
To be recognized out of thousands of companies as a leader providing innovative solutions for Pre-K to Gray is an amazing achievement, and we’re thrilled to be listed amongst other industry leaders who aim to shape the future of education for the better.
Throughout the three day summit, there will be a variety of panel discussions from leaders across the education sector. I will also be participating in a panel – The New World of Digital Learning: Is Multi-Modal Learning Scalable? – where my fellow panelists of digital learning innovators will discuss and debate what can scale and drive results in digital learning.
The ASU+GSV Summit hosts thousands of K-12, higher education, philanthropic and early childhood leaders, as well as hundreds of global digital learning CEOs, enterprise learning leaders, and global investors amongst other influencers from over 55 countries. To be part of a strong community full of leading educators that are working toward addressing some of the biggest challenges in education is an honor.