|May 22-24, 2013||2013 Excellence in Urban Education National Symposium
The symposium spotlights the nation’s top urban schools that achieve exceptional academic results. At the symposium, principals, superintendents, teacher leaders, and other educators are engaged in meeting, listening to, and asking questions of leaders from these outstanding urban schools.
Hear from educators at high-performing schools with students like yours, and share your thoughts about how we can:
|June 2-4, 2013||Indigenous Languages & Education Conference
Northern Arizona University's College of Education hosts the 20th annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium and the 4th American Indian / Indigenous Teacher Education Conference on June 2-4, 2013 at its High Country Conference Center. This combined conference is for community, preschool, K-12, college, and university educators and language activists through panels, workshops, and papers to share ideas for improving the lives and education of Indigenous children.
|June 4, 2013,
10:30 - 11:30 AM PDT
|Webinar: All Students Who Live in the United States Have a Right to Public Education.
Thirty-one years ago the Supreme Court ruled that state and local education agencies are required to provide all children equal access to public education at the elementary and secondary levels. In recognition of this important ruling known as Plyler vs. Doe, the Region IX Equity Assistance Center at WestEd is continuing its efforts to raise awareness and encourage all parents to enroll their children in school.
The education of undocumented students is guaranteed by thePlyler vs. Doe decision and certain procedures must be followed when registering immigrant children in school to avoid violation of their civil rights.
Dr. Alejandra Rincón will provide some history on Plyler vs. Doe, and share resources that are available to help parents enroll their students in school.
|June 22, 2013||Majority Minority: Supporting Success for All Students
A majority minority school-age population is changing Arizona’s education landscape in communities throughout the state. School board members and district administrators are invited to explore the issue in-depth during this one-day conference.
This event is Hosted by the Arizona School Boards Association Hispanic-Native American Indian Caucus.
|August 8, 2013||Pathways to Respecting American Indian Civil Rights Training & Education
The American Indian Pathways Taskforce is hosting a one-day free training and education conference in Leadership to promote the civil rights of American Indians.
Topics will include information on health care, employment, eduation, environmental justice, and nutrition.
|August 19-21, 2013||Global Implementation Conference
The theme for the GIC 2013 is Putting Implementation into Practice: Tools for Quality and Sustainability. The conference will focus on the methods and best practices required to achieve greater effectiveness of evidence-based interventions.
|September 19-20, 2013||2013 National Career and Technical Education Equity Council Conference
Partner organizations include: AAUW, ACTE, National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity, the Center for Law and Social Policy, the Choctaw Nation, and many more.
|October 24-25, 2013||The Education Trust 2013 National Conference
Theme: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Results
|October 30 - November 2, 2013||National Indian Education Association 44th Annual Convention and Trade Show
Theme: Building education, nations, and communities
|Rapid City, SD|
|November 3-6, 2013||25th Annual National Dropout Prevention Network Conference
The National Dropout Prevention Network, Georgia Department of Education, the Georgia Regional Educational Service Agencies, and Communities In Schools of Georgia are pleased to provide a dynamic professional learning opportunity for school board members, superintendents, counselors, administrators, educators, and other youth practitioners. Over 100 different sessions, including a special school board and leadership track, will be presented by experienced professionals and practitioners. The conference will provide an opportunity to gain knowledge and practical skills that can enhance the performance of individuals, teams, schools, and educational systems.
|November 6-10, 2013||National Association for Multicultural Education Annual Conference
Conference Theme: Erasing the Shadows, Embracing the Light: Re/visioning Multicultural Education
|November 15-16, 2013||Association of Mexican American Educators State Conference
The Association of Mexican American Educators will hold its annual State Conference at the Carson Community Center.
|November 13-17, 2013||41st Annual Conference of the National Alliance of Black School Educators
Theme: “Developing Effective Leadership and Teaching Skills That Result in Quality Student Learning”
|April 2-5, 2014||California Association for Bilingual Education
The Annual Conference is a major educational event for school and university personnel, parents and other individuals who work with all students and specifically English Learners and other second language learners. Over the years, the CABE Conference has gained a reputation for providing participants with quality, in-depth and innovative professional development.
|May 17-18, 2014||Nevada Department of Education, 7th Annual American Indian/Alaska Native Education Summit
The Nevada Department of Education (NDE), in partnership with the University of Nevada, Reno's Center for Student Cultural Diversity and the Nevada Indian Commission will hold the 7th Annual American Indian/Alaska Native Education Summit on May 17-18, 2014.
|University of Nevada, Reno|
|June 26-28, 2014||TODOS 2014: Beyond Awareness - Equity, Access, and Achievement for All
The mission of TODOS: Mathematics for All is to advocate for an equitable and high quality mathematics education for all students -- in particular, Hispanic/Latino students -- by increasing the equity awareness of educators and their ability to foster students' proficiency.