Can’t make the entire 2019 Families Learning Conference? Register for the day that best fits your schedule!
Our days at the 2019 Families Learning Conference are packed full of great sessions and afford the opportunity to connect with other industry professionals. However, we know that work and family schedules may prohibit the opportunity to dedicate more than one day to attending. Consider joining us Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday:
Monday, Nov. 4: $230
Kick off your week with NCFL at the 2019 Families Learning Conference! The Opening Session will feature keynote speaker Dr. Karen Mapp. Dr. Mapp will cover the Dual Capacity Framework for Family-School Partnerships, reviewing how schools and families can work together to ensure student success. Participate in her book signing after the session, then enjoy selecting from nearly 50 concurrent sessions spanning seven content strands. End the day with a free evening reception sponsored by PNC Grow Up Great® with appetizers and one complimentary drink ticket.
Tuesday, Nov. 5: $275
Tuesday will begin with the General Session featuring keynote speaker Dr. Debbie Reese, member of the Nambe’ Pueblo tribe. Dr. Reese will discuss the importance of truth in stories about the Native people and the fight for their rights. There will be 50 concurrent sessions from which to choose. End your day of learning and networking with an evening plated banquet, emceed by Co-Anchor of ABC’s Nightline Byron Pitts. Shigeru Hayakawa, vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for Toyota Motor Corporation, will present the highly acclaimed Toyota Family Teacher of the Year awards. Stick around for the Hometown Throwdown, an after party featuring live music by AMPED youth musicians and a special “elevated” performance!
Wednesday, Nov. 6: $100
The momentum will continue at this year’s Conference with a choice of three extended, deep-dive sessions. Enjoy a plated meal at the Closing Brunch featuring Marcus Shingles, an innovative thought leader and social impact-minded executive. Thanks to the National Association for Family, School, and Community Engagement, this year’s Conference will conclude with an optional three-hour workshop centered around family engagement in early childhood and K-12 education.