The deadline for submitting K-12 Online Conference 2007 proposals has been extended to Friday, June 22nd. Unfortunately, there was a glitch in the settings for our online proposal form (this was my fault and oversight) which only permitted one submission from an IP address. This meant that some people (or possibly some schools) who submitted multiple proposals overwrote previous submissions from the same computer or network IP address.
This problem has been fixed. Please accept my apologies for this mistake, if this affected you. Check out the updated proposal deadline post on the K-12 Online Conference blog for more details about what to do if you submitted a proposal.
If you have NOT submitted a proposal yet but have considered doing so, please do so! The deadline is extended for EVERYONE. 🙂
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