First Ever Virtual High School Symposium Brings Participation from 31 States and the White House
Associate Director for Technology in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to Keynote on “High-Quality Science and Math Education: The Engine of Continued Economic Growth”
Denver – October 10, 2000 –
The Center for Internet Technology in Education (CiTE), sponsored by eCollege.comsm [Nasdaq: ECLG], and the Kentucky Virtual High School (KVHS) announced today that key administrators and public policy members from 31 states and the White House will participate in the first ever Virtual High School Symposium, October 17-18 in Louisville, Kentucky. Dr. Duncan Moore, Associate Director for Technology in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, will keynote on the importance of an educated workforce to continue to build on the economy’s momentum.