Spotlight On Innovation In Adult Basic Education
Friday, November 3, 9am to 11am
See innovation in Adult Basic Education at its best. Join us for the First Literacy Spotlight on Innovation in Adult Basic Education on November 3 from 9am to 11am! Event highlights include:
- Keynote speaker Dan Noyes, CEO of Tech Goes Home.
- First Literacy 2022-2023 grant recipients will showcase newly tested and implemented innovative and impactful curriculum resources and initiatives.
- Networking with educators, directors, and First Literacy donors.
- Q&A panel with grant recipients and keynote speaker.
The event will be held at Bunker Hill Community College. For more information about the First Literacy Spotlight on Innovation in Adult Basic Education contact Bryan McCormick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is recommended but not required.
Keynote Speaker: Dan Noyes, CEO of Tech Goes Home
Dan (he/him/his) is the CEO of Tech Goes Home, a Massachusetts based nonprofit working to end the digital divide. He has been involved with TGH since 2002 and on staff since 2010.
After spending several years as a Legislative Aide to a U.S. Congressman in Washington, DC, he returned to Boston to work in Boston Public Schools. Dan has won numerous awards for his efforts, including the Charles Benton Digital Equity Champion award, the ELL Families Empowerment Award, and the Special Recognition Award from Parent University. Nothing is more important to Dan than his two adorable little girls (and the Sox winning the World Series in 2004).