2017 Alternative Accountability Policy Forum RAPSA’s Alternative Accountability Policy Forum brings education leaders, workforce development agencies, researchers and advocates for At Promise students together to discuss policies and practices that engage and demonstrate successful post-secondary outcomes for reengaged students. Last year we had 48 presenters with 26 panels addressing 225 attendees from 20 states. If you’d like to be among them, please follow the directions below to submit a 75 word description and list of presenters by June 16, 2017.
AAPF Presentations We’re looking for 60-minute presentations that describe the implementation of policies and practices that are represented in the PACE Summary of Proceedings - Policy Forum Proceedings. We’re looking for innovative approaches that demonstrate success with At Promise youth by providing wrap around community based services. Successful proposals will include a brief explanation of how your presentation will encourage interaction with attendees; provide evidence of success; and concrete examples of how the policies and/or practices are being implemented.
Conversation Sessions There are a limited number of Conversation Sessions available as well. Conversation Sessions maximize collaboration and networking and build on a presenter’s recognized national expertise. Each will have one or two leaders and 20 to 30 collaborators. Your role as leader of a conversation session is to encourage conversation by reversing the time slots of traditional sessions. You introduce a topic in no more than 15 minutes and facilitate 45 minutes of conversation with open ended questions seeking a variety of perspectives.
Implementing Effective Alternative Accountability Policies and Data.
Workforce, Community and Post-Secondary Partnerships to Support Reengagement.
Teaching and Learning Strategies for At-Promise Students.
Serving the Whole Student.
Submit Your Proposal Here: Submit a 75 word description for your 60-minute session in the space below and include:
A list of presenters
The conference theme your presentation will address.
The relevant policies and practices that your presentation will address from the PACE Summary of Proceedings, Informed Policy and Practice Recommendations from page 23-25 - Policy Forum Proceedings.
Whether you want to be considered for a Conversation Session.
Identify one person to act as the “lead presenter” for communication with the planning committee. If selected, all presenters must hold at least one conference call prior to the event with an AAPF staff person assigned to your session.
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 obtain more information, or would like to discuss your idea, please contact Ernie Silva The deadline for proposals is June 16, 2017.
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