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Victorian Department of Education Returns as Major Partner for EduTECH Australia 2024!

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We are thrilled to announce the Victorian Department of Education’s return as an event partner for EduTECH Australia 2024!

Together, we're embarking on another exciting journey to shape the future of education in Australia, guided by our shared commitment to innovation, collaboration, and excellence.

"Having the Victorian Department of Education onboard once again reinforces our unwavering commitment to advancing education," says Arron Penman, EduTECH Project Director. "We're excited to foster collaboration, bringing together the brightest minds in education to inspire and empower educators nationwide."

Our ongoing partnership symbolises a steadfast commitment to innovation and excellence. With the invaluable support of the Victorian Department of Education, we're poised to deliver yet another ground-breaking event that will inspire and empower educators, administrators, and stakeholders alike.

“EduTECH is an event that connects educators with cutting-edge ideas and innovative technology leaders,” said a Department of Education spokesperson. “We always aim to meet the technology needs of students, teachers and schools, and we look forward to continuing our ongoing partnership with EduTECH in 2024.”

EduTECH 2024 promises an unparalleled gathering of thought leaders, visionaries, and practitioners in the field of education. With the recent announcement of Sal Khan, Founder and CEO of Khan Academy, celebrated for his groundbreaking work in AI, our excitement is ramping up as we prepare to reveal the newest advancements, trends, and best practices.

We express our sincere gratitude for the continued support and collaboration of the Victorian Department of Education. Together, we are shaping the future of education.

Media representatives seeking more information are invited to connect with Rita Nehme, Marketing Director on rita.nehme@terrapinn.com

13 & 14 August 2024
MCEC, Melbourne
www.edutech.net.au 

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