BYU Education Week begins online next week. Here’s a look at who’s presenting

by | Sep. 30, 2020

Like many things in 2020, BYU Education Week is moving to a virtual format this year.

Beginning at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 7, participants will be able to purchase a $49 ticket, which will provide access to more than 50 classes that can be viewed repeatedly until March 31, 2021.

LDS Living readers will likely recognize many names of the presenters:

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“The energizing on-campus experience of BYU Education Week will continue in the future, but this year’s online classes present an equally exciting opportunity to share light and knowledge with a worldwide audience,” the BYU Education Week website states.

Find more information at educationweek.byu.edu.

Lead image: Rebekah Baker, BYU

Lindsey Williams

Lindsey Williams joined the LDS Living team with a passion to find the stories that matter most. Previous stops in her career include BYU-Pathway Worldwide, the Special Projects Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Utah Valley Magazine. When she's not searching for stories to write, the Colorado Springs native is most likely on a hiking trail. Follow her on Twitter with the handle @lindsey5brooke.

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