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Registration for the Aurora Institute Symposium 2023 is now open.

Join the field’s largest gathering of education innovators working to transform K-12 education at the Aurora Institute Symposium on October 15-17, 2023 in Palm Springs, California. Stay for the community, lessons about education innovation from the field, and the latest research and policy to support education transformation. Leave equipped to take immediate action in advancing next generation learning designs.
As an attendee, you’ll have access to inspirational keynote presentations and breakout sessions showcasing the field’s brightest ideas – providing an inside look at cutting edge approaches, strategies, and guidance.


Aurora Institute Members: $985
Non-Members: $1,475
Presenters (Members): $550
Presenters (Non-Members): $700

Students (Full Time Higher Ed): $525
Current Policy Makers, Media, K-12 Students: $0
Pre-Conference Workshops (Half Day): $400
Pre-Conference Workshops (Full Day): $525

Corporate Affiliate, For Profit (Member): $945
Corporate Affiliate, For Profit (Non-Member): $3,000

*Group Pricing for 5 or more registrants qualifies for a 10% discount, please register 5+ attendees together or contact [email protected] for more information.

Symposium Schedule at a Glance

The conference will begin at approximately 8:00 AM PST on Monday, October 16, 2023, and run through 5:15 PM PST on Tuesday, October 17, 2023. Pre-conference sessions will begin at approximately 9:00 AM PST and run through 4:00 PM PST on Sunday, October 15, 2023. View the full schedule here.

Become an Aurora Institute member to attend the Symposium at a discounted rate.

 Become an Aurora Institute Member

Receive Graduate Credits for Attending the Aurora Institute Symposium 2023

Did you know you could receive graduate credits for attending the Aurora Institute Symposium? Learn more about graduate credits here.

Photo from Aurora Institute Symposium 2021 with a panel of young people. Title reads: Former Students: Where Are They Now?
Student keynote address from Symposium 2021