October 23-24, 2021

The Fall CUE 2021 Conference is sure to get your 2021-22 school year rolling with fresh ideas and new connections. 

Fall CUE 2021 will bring together the brightest edtech minds in education to share best practices, innovation, and engaging sessions with actionable takeaways you may immediately put to practice in your classroom, school, or district!

This will be a virtual only conference.


MARCH 17-19, 2022

The heart of Spring CUE is the celebration of inspiration and innovation from our members, partners, exhibitors, and community members.

Spring CUE 2022 is scheduled to take place March 17-19 in Palm Springs, CA!

CUE’s BOLD Symposium will take teachers, administrators, and district leaders on a deep dive into the world of blended and online lesson design.This event will challenge all educators to meet and lead their students in the 21st century with a focus on the symbiotic relationship of learning environment design, digital learning systems, and rethinking traditional lesson design as the essential components to launching a personalized 1:1 learning environment.
SuperCUE is an event like none other. Only Superintendents may attend this free event and all attendees present an innovative idea that something that the other attendees should want to “acquire” for their own districts. There is a Future Ready essence among this diverse group of educational leaders. Prinicipal-Superindents, Directors of Charter and Executive Charter Directors may attend. A few targeted vendors share dynamic and innovative tools that will add to a Superindent’s ability to lead and inspire their stakeholders.
The Lead 3.0 Symposium is a collaborative effort of the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA), CUE, Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership (TICAL). It is truly “for administrators, by administrators.” Three organizations, one mission – Educational Leadership for the 21st century.

Close to 400 leaders attended the event in 2017, drawing from locations as far-flung as Arkansas, Australia and China. The two-and-a-half day symposium features keynote presentations, concurrent sessions and several pre-conference workshops and seminars.