There's still time to register for the November 15-17, 2017, Alternative Accountability Policy Forum in San Diego.
Here's a partial list of who will be presenting strategies for success:
- Howard Fuller, Distinguished Professor of Education, Marquette University
- Elisha Smith Arrillaga - Chief of Staff, Ed Trust-West
- Jacqueline Chevalier, Director of Education Policy for the Democratic staff, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and the Workforce
- Linda Dawson, Superintendent and CEO of SIATech
- Carinne Deeds, Senior Policy Associate, American Youth Policy Forum
- Jody Ernst, Vice President of Research and Policy Analytics, Momentum Strategy & Research
- Terry Grobe, Director of Youth Pathways, Jobs for the Future
- Amy Lansing, Director of Cognitive and Neurobehavioral Studies, University of California, San Diego
- Judith Martinez, Director of Dropout Prevention and Student Re-engagement, Colorado Department of Education
- Phil Matero, CEO, YouthBuild Charter School of California
- Curt Peterson, South Seattle College and Highline Public Schools
- Nicole Pyle, Utah State University
- Jorge Ruiz de Velasco, Stanford University Graduate School of Education
- Mandy Schaumburg, Deputy Director, House Education and Workforce Committee
- Thomas Showalter, NYEC
- Nelson Smith, Senior Advisor, National Association of Charter School Authorizers
- Vanessa Threatte, Executive Deputy Director for Best Practices and Partnerships, SUNY Charter Schools Institute
- Diana Walsh-Reuss, Come Back Kids, Riverside County Office of Education
- Christina Weeter, Director of the Division of Student Success Kentucky Department of Education
- Darren Woodruff, Chair, Public Charter School Board, Washington DC
See the other 40 acclaimed presenters!
Awards and Scholarships Luncheon
The November 16 RAPSA Awards Luncheon will recognize five Courage Awards for students overcoming obstacles and pursuing academic excellence.
The Heart Award for the capacity to see beyond the trauma faced by at promise students.
The Vision Award will recognize a policymaker who has demonstrated exceptional understanding of the challenges faced by at promise youth.
Closing General Session
The Closing Session will answer your questions of what's really going on at the federal level with answers from key House Education and Workforce Committee staff. And in between it all are opportunities to collaborate and to build and strengthen your networks with 250 education, workforce, and community leaders who understand your students and share your challenges. We hope you will join us.
Register today before it's too late!