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The 2020 Forum

in New York City

May 20-21, 2020

Cornell Tech Campus, Roosevelt Island, NYC

Schools That Can National Forum

The 2020 STC Forum will be the 15th Annual gathering of educational leaders from Schools That Can’s national network of cross-sector schools. Hosted in Schools That Can’s hometown of New York City, the Forum will focus on “Connecting Education to Employment in the Digital Age.” We will be exploring topics like computational thinking and digital literacy, maker education, artificial intelligence, career education, design thinking, and more.

Registration for the 2020 STC Forum is open. Sign up today to secure the early bird rate.

Register for the 2020 Forum

STC has booked room blocks at two hotels in Long Island City, just one stop away from Cornell Tech. See below for details and registration instructions.

Best Western @ 3934 21st St, Long Island City, NY 11101
Book online at: https://www.bestwestern.com/en_US/book/hotel-rooms.33143.html?groupId=C22GD6B5  or call 718-880-3853 and ask for the “Schools That Can” group rate.
Z Hotel @ 11-01 43rd Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101
Book online by going to https://reservations.travelclick.com/110802?RatePlanId=4298302. You can also call 212-319-7000 and ask for the “Schools That Can” group rate.

Photos from the 2019 STC Forum in Newark

Check out the agenda

See our latest Agenda

Click below to see the latest on speakers, sessions and workshops. Check back for updates and announcements!

Register for the 2020 Forum

Register today

The 15th annual Schools That Can National Forum will be hosted by Cornell Tech on May 20-21, 2020. Register and join us for an inspirational two days.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

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Schools That Can Awards Luncheon

The two-day conference concluded with the Leaders That Can Awards Luncheon, which recognizes exceptional individuals and organizations for their leadership and work on behalf of their community. This year, we were thrilled to honor Dr. Nancy Cantor of Rutgers-Newark and Prudential. Also, during the luncheon we presented the Robert F. Kennedy Urban Education Awards in partnership with RFK Human Rights to a student, teacher and school leader in our network who exemplified the legacy of Robert F. Kennedy. Cara Kennedy Cuomo presented the awards.

Read about the 2019 RFK Award Winners here

Send general questions about Forum schedule or content to [email protected].

Send questions about vendor and sponsorship opportunities to [email protected].