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Supersummit 2022 Offering Free Admission to College Students Interested in K-12 Education-related Careers

USA – August 15, 2022 – SuperSummit, a highly collaborative virtual conference for K-12 Superintendents, Administrators and School Leaders, is offering free admission to college students seeking careers in K-12 Education.

“It’s important for our Nation’s rising K-12 educators be equipped with every resource possible, if we expect our school system to flourish,” says David Shaulov, SuperSummit founder and education advocate. “ Granting free admission is one of many ways our team plans to support future educators and grade -level students.“

The virtual conference will be September 28-29th and will cover pertinent issues, recommend solutions and provide resources.

This year’s topics include: Equity vs. Accountability, Student-To-Guidance-Counselor Ratios, Staff & Student Mental Health, Learning Challenges, and Financial Resources

Attendees will also have the opportunity to network by sector (Private, Public and Charter), take home free education-related resources as well as hear from authors and purchase education-related books at a discounted price.

If you are interested in a scholarship, apply Here. For others who are interested in coming, visit www.SuperSummit.net to register and check back frequently for announcements and updates.

Scholarship recipients will have full access to panels, networking and keynote sessions Sept 28-29, 2022 Apply Here.

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