If you have attended before, you know that each year brings increased learning and opportunities for sharing information about how to serve dropouts and other critically at-risk students. Topics range from alternative accountability metrics to trauma informed practices to workforce development partnerships.
Network with Other Leaders Focused on Opportunity Youth
You will hear from national experts and learn local applications. Sessions will cover:
- How ESEA reform will affect schools serving critically at risk youth;
- What's being done with WIOA implementation across the country;
- How non-cognitive measures are being incorporated into curriculum; and
- Practices of successful cutting-edge schools from across the country.
Many attendees return every year to gain new insights and strategies for working with students and policy makers. Attendees come home as reinvigorated advocates for the young men and women that they serve.
Last Year's Attendees Said:
- "Loved the discussion afterwards."
- "[I] took the [presenter's] report and look forward to reviewing it - full of useful information."
- "Very specific, concrete examples of accountability measures used for alternative education schools."
Register Now for the Best Value
The discounted rate of $195 provides access to all Policy Forum events from the hosted Welcome Registration Reception through the Closing Session. This low rate includes all conference meals and two evening receptions with hosted food and beverage.
There are limited hotel rooms at the Coronado Island Marriott Resort and Spa at the discounted rate of $169 a night. The Policy Forum rate may be available for additional days before or after the conference as well. This is a great opportunity to explore schools and other programs in San Diego!
RAPSA Special Membership Offer
RAPSA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your membership supports RAPSA's efforts to provide targeted professional development webinars and other special events throughout the year.
For the cost of a cake and a couple of lattes, you can ensure that you are part of the reports and training about dropout recovery, alternative accountability, noncognitive skills, social emotional learning, and other issues critical to the success of at-promise students.