While we are receiving specific proposals for 2019 AAPF Sessions, here’s some information about what you can expect from your registration. Conference Themes:
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: Addressing Trauma and Social Emotional Learning
Conference Structure: The AAPF provides a Keynote Address to kick off the conference after the opening breakfast. Recent keynote presentations have included Professor and School Choice Activist Howard Fuller, MALDEF Executive Director Thomas Saenz, and Colorado State Senator Rhonda Fields. We close with a general session to bring all of our participants together to reflect and share perspectives.
Over Thursday and Friday attendees have 27 concurrent one hour presentations divided among 7 sessions to choose from. Presentations include expert speakers, panels, and “conversation sessions” where a session leader facilitates a teaching and learning session among the attendees. One of the strengths of the AAPF is meaningful collaboration among the 300 attendees from across the country.
Our list of presenters includes educators, researchers, advocates, community activists and others committed to making a difference among at promise youth. Our high quality sessions are presented by more than 40 knowledgeable and dedicated professionals.
The AAPF is one of the highest professional values in the country based on the content, negotiated hotel cost, networking, meals and hosted receptions. If you’d like to submit a proposal for consideration, submit presenter proposal.
This is a great price for accomodations at the Marriott hotel. Reserve before it sells out: Reserve your group rate