We are interested in hearing from educators across the country who bring experience and best practices in the fields of alternative accountability and service to at-risk student populations.
We are looking for presentations that address policies or practices in one of four conference themes described below. Your presentation should also address one or more of the 10 Federal and State Policy strategies described on pages 35 – 37 of the WestEd Report / Policy Forum Proceedings from the 2014 Alternative Accountability Policy Forum.
The deadline is July 29, 2016.
The 2016 conference themes are:
Submit a short description for your 60-minute session in the space below and include:
Please plan for your session to include:
Please note that those who are selected as part of this "call for presenters" are considered volunteers and are not compensated. The 2016 AAPF will be photographed. Presenters consent to their images included in print publications, websites, social media, and other media from AAPF, SIATech, and/or RAPSA.
If you would like to submit a proposal, obtain more information, or would like to discuss your idea, please contact Ernie Silva.