|Governor’s Bullying Prevention Summit now sold-out; Iowans encouraged to watch online|
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|Written by Office of the Governor of Iowa|
|Monday, 26 November 2012 15:39|
(DES MOINES) – Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds today announced that the Governor’s Bullying Prevention Summit tomorrow is at capacity, and tickets are no longer available.
The Governor’s Bullying Prevention Summit will have nearly 1,200 attendees, including students, educators and parents from across the state.
Iowans wishing to participate in the conversation may still do so via Twitter, using the #NoBully hash tag.
JDL Horizons, using its flagship Internet streaming solution EduVision, will produce and stream all of the plenary and breakout sessions in cooperation with the governor’s office. eSchool Media will accept the stream and deliver the events to a national audience of nearly 1 million K-12 educators throughout North America and around the world. Streaming of the entire summit will be available at: https://educateiowa.
More information can be found on the summit’s web site at https://preventbullying.iowa.
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