Five weeks out from the Families Learning Conference 2017—have you registered?

September 5, 2017

In five weeks, October 9-11, hundreds in the education field will be joining us in Tucson, Arizona, for NCFL’s Families Learning Conference. You don’t want to miss out! Read more>>


Haven’t attended the Families Learning Conference? Here’s what you can expect.

August 30, 2017

Check out our new video to show what the Families Learning Conference is all about, in under a minute…Read more>>


What makes the Families Learning Conference different?

August 16, 2017

You do not want to miss the robust networking and professional development for those working with families in education, human services, and workforce fields. Here’s why you should join us…Read more>>


A sampling of featured sessions announced for Families Learning Conference 2017

August 1, 2017

The National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) is excited to bring insightful conversations with the nation’s thought leaders in education to the Families Learning Conference 2017. Whatever your interest—funding, two-generation education, data collection, research, early childhood education, adult education, English language learners, American Indian education, library initiatives, or black male achievement—you’re sure to find discussions that are meaningful and beneficial to your area of work. Read more>>


3 things you won’t want to miss at NCFL’s conference

June 15, 2017

This October, the Families Learning Conference will bring a wide array of professional development opportunities to attendees. Our schedule of over 100 concurrent sessions is being finalized, but in the meantime, here are three sessions you definitely won’t want to miss…Read more>>


5 reasons why your boss should send you to NCFL’s conference

May 16, 2017

It probably comes as no surprise that professional development helps you improve your work. Getting away from your daily routine and learning what others in your field are doing can renew your enthusiasm and arm you with fresh ideas. But convincing your boss to let you go can be hard. Read more>>


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