I was fortunate enough to be invited to the Games For Learning Summit on April 21st at NYU. The Summit, hosted by the U.S. Department of Education and the non-profit Games for Change, was a … day-long summit to identify strategies for the broader creation, dissemination, and use of quality games in classrooms and beyond. Leading developers, producers, publishers, educators, students, and other stakeholders [were] brought together to break down barriers and have meaningful dialogues about what each party wants and needs so we can make progress in games for education together. The Games for Learning Summit was awesome. It was a great day of dialogueing and collaborating especially for someone like me who believes that games are a big part of education’s future.