Virtual School Meanderings

March 16, 2011

Virtual School Symposium 2011 Request for Proposals Now Open

From my inbox at some point during my travels.

Virtual School Symposium 2011

The International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) Program Committee is seeking presentations for sessions at the Virtual School Symposium (VSS) and the Request for Presentation Proposals (RFP) is now available on the website. The theme of VSS 2011 is: “Empowered to perform: online and blended learning models.”To access and submit the RFP, please visit:

Education leaders seeking new, cost-effective solutions through online and blended learning should attend the Virtual School Symposium. The VSS, November 9 – 11, 2011 in Indianapolis, is the industry’s leading event for K-12 online learning and brings together more than 1,800 education leaders. The VSS conference provides important networking opportunities, access to expertise and analysis, trends, research and thought-provoking sessions for leaders looking to help shape the future of education.

The deadline for submitting presentation proposals is April 25, 2011. The RFP process is entirely web-based. The VSS Program Committee will notify applicants on proposal status/acceptance by June 30, 2011.

If you have questions regarding the RFP, please contact Fred Sagester, Chair of the iNACOL Program Committee at If you have questions about the web-based application tool, please contact Wendy Fleming, iNACOL’s Associate Director of Communications at

Thank you for your continued support of iNACOL, advocating for a world-class education for students all over the world.

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