2019 Families Learning Conference
The premier event for family literacy and learning professionals
Application closes March 1More Information
Planning is underway for the 2019 Families Learning Conference, held Monday, November 4 to Wednesday, November 6! This year’s Conference will bring an extra dose of excitement for attendees as the National Center for Families…Read more
Libraries and their staffs are working tirelessly to serve families where they live, work, and play within their communities. On September 25 at the 2018 Families Learning Conference, the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL)…Read more
They came from 45 states, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Colombia. From September 24-26, 2018, over 700 education professionals descended upon Fort Lauderdale for the 2018 Families Learning Conference. The shared goal? Helping families get…Read more
The 2019 Families Learning Conference is headed to Louisville, Kentucky, where it all began for the National Center for Families Learning! Plan now to join us November 4-6, 2019. The conference will boast inspiring, thought-provoking…Read more
Registration by credit card is now open for the 2019 Families Learning ConferenceRegister online now
Includes sessions in seven content strands, networking opportunities, plated dinner Tuesday, November 5, and plated brunch Wednesday, November 6.$499.00 Per registration Register Now
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Attendees consistently rate the variety of professional development offerings as the top reason they attend the Families Learning Conference year after year. The event organizer, National Center for Families Learning, recognizes that in order to break the cycle of poverty, all members of the family must be engaged in academic achievement.
Presented by the country’s top experts, sessions will be available in seven content strands: Adult Education, Early Childhood Education, Funding and Sustainability, Library, K-12 Education, Parent Leadership, and Research and Policy.
In addition to gaining practical information to use right away in their work, attendees have the opportunity to engage in networking events that inspire action, such as the Banquet Celebration and Closing Brunch, both of which are included in the full registration price.