The policies and practices that work for reengagement
work for other critically at risk students too.
22 Sessions With 50 Experienced Presenters
The November 15-17 registration fee includes two breakfasts, two hosted receptions with carving stations, an awards luncheon, and 22 concurrent sessions with 50 experienced presenters.
Over 200 colleagues from across the country will be in attendance to share best practices and ideas for policy advocacy to support your students.
Insights From National Research Organizations
Gain the latest insights from national research organizations including America's Promise Alliance; American Youth Policy Forum; Civic Enterprises; EdTrust West; Education Northwest; Gardner Center, Stanford University; Jobs For the Future; National Association of Charter Schools; National Youth Employment Coalition; and Project Tomorrow as well as six State Departments of Education; ten colleges and universities; and more than 100 school districts, county offices of education and charter schools.