We are thrilled to welcome state and district school leaders, principals, teachers, and students to engage in dynamic cross-sector conversations, experiences, and workshops. AIRSHOW will feature sessions and workshops at the intersection of innovation and instructional impact.

We are dedicated to offering K-12 educators an inspiring experience for innovation and learning. We've partnered with Arizona State University to pilot a program that allows K-12 leaders to earn 1 Continuing Education Unit credit (10 hours) at this year's AIRSHOW for $35.

What to Expect from the ASU+GSV AIRSHOW CEU Program


Before AIRSHOW, you will need to indicate your commitment to the program. You will then need to attend the AIRSHOW Know Before You Go session, or watch the recording.


You will need to pick up your badge at the registration desk. During AIRSHOW, we expect that you will attend sessions that are marked as "AI Classroom Innovators," "K-12 Classrooms & Student Voice," and "K-12 Systems: Accessibility, Equity, and Advancement," as well as keynotes and demos on our Launch Pad Stage and our AI Revolution Stage, found on the agenda within the mobile app or our website. You will use the learnings and experiences from these sessions to guide your reflection. 


After AIRSHOW, we will review the commitment form (linked above) and then email you the post-assignment to complete. Upon completion of the assignment in Paperform (due May 17th), you will pay the associated cost ($35) via credit card. After our review and approval of your assignment, we will submit your name to ASU and you will receive your certificate (1 CEU/10 hours). You will then be responsible for applying that certificate to your state’s certifying board.

Overview of CEU Programs

The CEU is a nationally recognized method of measuring participation in formal, noncredit continuing education programs. CEUs are defined as 10 contact hours of participation equaling one CEU, in an organized continuing education experience and under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction. The primary purpose of CEUs is as a record that can be used to give employers, professional associations, and societies a uniform measure of short-term educational programs completed by an individual. CEUs are not academic credits and cannot be applied toward degree work at institutions of higher education.

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