“A Critical Balance,” an Apple education event, will be held March 27 at the Princeton Marriott in West Windsor, NJ. The seminar will bring together information technology professionals, instructional leaders, school board members, classroom teachers and parents to explore the needs and responsibilities of all the stakeholders in education and on building an infrastructure for learning, according to Apple.
There’ll be hands-on sessions and through video, participants will hear from educational leaders throughout the US and Canada discussing the trends and complexities of education today. The seminar’s format, designed to facilitate discussion, limits attendance to 80 participants. Apple says that schools interested in participating are encouraged to have the following folks sign up: district management team members; information technology professionals; instructional leaders; school board members; PTA members, school and district advisory committee members.
“A Critical Balance” will run from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and includes a continental breakfast and lunch. There’s no charge for attending, but, as we mentioned, space is limited. You can register by going to
Apple’s registration site and selecting “New Jersey.”