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Registration is now open for the virtual Aurora Institute Symposium 2022. Register to attend today.

Join the field’s largest gathering of education innovators working to transform K-12 education at the virtual Aurora Institute Symposium on October 24-26, 2022. 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 nearly 70 breakout sessions showcasing the field’s brightest ideas – providing an inside look at cutting edge approaches, strategies, and guidance.

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Early-Bird Pricing – Ends September 22, 2022

Aurora Institute Members: Free
Non-Members: $175
Presenters: $125
Graduate Students: $25
Policymakers, Media, and K-16 Students: Free

Regular Pricing – Begins September 23, 2022

Aurora Institute Members: Free
Non-Members: $200
Presenters: $125
Graduate Students: $35
Policymakers, Media, and K-16 Students: Free

Symposium Schedule at a Glance

The conference will begin at approximately 11:00 AM EST on Monday, October 24, 2022, and run through 4:15 PM EST on Wednesday, October 26, 2022.

Become an Aurora Institute member to attend the Symposium free of charge.

Policymakers, members of the press, and K-16 students may also attend the Symposium free of charge. To receive a code for complimentary registration, please contact Jessica Brisson.

We admire the tremendous work of educators during the tumultuous events since 2020, and we recognize the financial hardships faced by many. As such, Aurora is able to waive registration fees for educators who otherwise would not be able to attend the Symposium. Please contact Jessica Brisson with your scholarship request.

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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