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(formerly Tech Fair)

Honoring education leaders, schools and programs that use dynamic educational technology and practices to prepare San Diego County students to thrive in a competitive workforce, the Classroom of the Future Foundation hosted its 16th Annual Innovation in Education Awards on May 22nd at SeaWorld San Diego.

San Diego CUE, as a sponsor of the event, presented two awards. One was presented to Kelli Mocny, SDCUE's Innovative ToSA of the Year from Oceanside. Marisa Thompson of Carlsbad received SDCUE's Innovative Teacher of the Year. Each received a $1,000 stipend, a beautiful clock plaque, and a huge fake check to make their friends jealous.

Additionally, Adina Sullivan-Marlow, CUE Board of Directors, was recognized as the Classroom of the Future Foundation Innovative Educator. Adina, former SDCUE Board member (we knew her when...), received this well-deserved award for her contributions to both San Marcos Unified, where she is the Ed Tech Coordinator, and the San Diego community through her involvement with CUE, SDCUE, and the founding of EquityEDU.

Photos from CUE 19

We hope you had a great time at #CUE19. In case you missed any sessions from San Diego CUE members, use the link here to get the resources and get connected!

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