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FallCUE Keynote Rushton Hurley Interviews Napa Education Luminaries
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Opening Keynote Speaker Rushton Hurley sits down with educational luminaries to discuss Napa Valley's unique commitment to educational innovation, how it's spreading across the country and what to expect at the Fall CUE Conference on Nov. 5-6 at American Canyon High School. Panelists include Barry Schuler, Barbara Nemko and Chuck McMinn.

Thanks to Napa Valley TV and CUE Outstanding Teacher Jim Sill's students for the video!


American Canyon High School - Site of Fall CUE Conference
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Fall CUE Opening Keynote Speaker Rushton Hurley takes a campus tour of the site of the Fall CUE Conference with American Canyon High School tour guide Colleen.

Thanks to Napa Valley TV and CUE Outstanding Teacher Jim Sill's students for the video!


Fall CUE Videos LIVE on the CUE Community!

In case you missed it - CUEcast has all of the Spotlight and Keynote
sessions at the CUE
- including the first-ever "IronCUE" competition!
Check 'em out today!

Opening Remarks

CUE Executive Director welcomes attendees to the opening of the
Fall CUE 2010

Opening Keynote - Rushton Hurley

Fall CUE 2010 Opening Keynote, featuring Rushton Hurley of

Iron CUE Kickoff

Immediately before the Fall CUE 2010 Opening Keynote, we
launched the first-ever Iron CUE

Hall Davidson - Build it or They Will Come Spotlight

In this Spotlight session, Hall Davidson shares the predatory
of for-profit universities and how K12 schools now appear to be the
next target. Learn how public education can regain the initiative with



Digital Citizenship Summit @ CUE 2011 - REGISTER TODAY!

March 17, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm ¦ FREE
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Bring your
school and/or district team to engage in a day
filled with essential information, focused conversations, and takeaway
strategies-tools-resources addressing one of today's most critical
issues: How
To Build A Culture Of Ethics & Safety In Our Schools and

additional fee for Summit. You must be a registered CUE 2011
Conference to attend.  Sign up to attend ñ space is
limited! LUNCH IS NOT
INCLUDED. Click here for speaker bios.  Contact the CUE office to add this Summit to your registration - or REGISTER TODAY

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Connect to CUE 2011 from Anywhere!
Board Elections Update

 On Monday, April 8, 2011, the CUE Board of Directors took action in order to remain in compliance with the California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law (Section 5227) and keep its 501(c) 3 status.  This action refers to CUE by-law 6.14: "RESTRICTION ON INTERESTED PERSONS AS DIRECTORS. No more than 49 percent of the persons serving on the Board may be interested persons. An interested person is (a) any person compensated by the corporation for services rendered to it within the previous 12 months, whether as a full-time or part-time employee, independent contractor, or otherwise, excluding any reasonable compensation paid to a director as director; and (b) any brother, sister, ancestor, descendant, spouse, brother in-law, sister-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, mother-in-law, or father-in-law of such person."

After seeking legal counsel, the Board added language to the current election policy for this yearís election and all future elections:

"In the event that an election would bring the percentage of 'interested persons' on the CUE Board of Directors over the 49 percent threshold, the lowest vote winner among those who are 'interested persons' will be disqualified.  The next candidate with the most votes, who is not an 'interested person,' is elected to the open seat. "If you have questions regarding this action, please contact Mike Lawrence, 

mlawrence@cue.org, Executive Director, or Micheline LeBlanc, leblanc410@gmail.com, CUE BOD President.

2011 CUE Board Election Results!
The 2011 CUE Board of Directors election ended on April 26 at 5:01pm. CUE is pleased to announce the
three new members-elect who will take their seats on the CUE Board on July 1. Click on each to learn more!

Lainie Rowell