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Fourth National Kinship Care Conference


Wednesday, July 30, 2003 - August 1, 2003

Join parents, cargivers, business and community leaders at the Fourth National Kinship Care Conference, “Kinship Care: Preserving and Strengthening a Family Resource.” The conference offers participants the opportunity to enrich their knowledge of the challenging and unique history and progress of families caring for their kin’s children.

Tenth Annual Education Law Conference 2003


Monday, July 28, 2003 - July 31, 2003

The Education Law & Policy Consortium’s conference will provide an open and neutral forum for educators, government officials, and lawyers to discuss the legal aspects of schooling. The conference is aimed at an audience of parents, educators, advocates, practitioners, and policymakers.

2003 NCES Forum & Summer Data Conference


Monday, July 21, 2003 - July 25, 2003

The National Center for Education Statistics National Forum on Education Statistics will be held July 21-23 and the NCES Summer Data Conference — STATS-DC 2003: Data Changing our World — will be held July 23-25 in Washington, D.C. Representatives from state and local education agencies, schools, researchers, policymakers, and federal representatives will meet to: discuss…

Reading and Writing in Preschool, An Active Approach


Monday, July 21, 2003 - July 22, 2003

High/Scope Educational Research Foundation’s two-day workshop offers participants the opportunity to support children in literacy and numeracy as they learn to recognize key experiences in language, literacy, and number, and practice developmentally appropriate strategies.

Bridges to the Future


Wednesday, July 16, 2003 - July 20, 2003

Learn cutting edge information on autism and network with other parents, professionals, and individuals in the autism spectrum at the ASA’s 2003 National Conference. Keynote speakers include Carol Gray, Jerry and Mary Newport, Pat Mirenda, PhD, and Temple Grandin, PhD. In addition, the Honorable Robert Pasternack, Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Rehabilitative Services with…

2003 National Forum on Education Policy


Sunday, July 13, 2003 - July 16, 2003

The National Forum on Education Policy is a place to learn about the most important education issues, such as No Child Left Behind, finance, accountability, early learning, teaching quality, leadership and citizenship. The conference also is a place to network with key players in education policy, including governors, legislators, chief state school officers, higher education…

Building on Family Strengths Conference


Thursday, June 26, 2003 - June 28, 2003

The goal of this conference is to showcase culturally competent, family-centered research and innovative programs and practices. The conference will feature paper and panel presentations related to improving services for families and their children who are affected by emotional, behavioral, or mental disorders. Participants will exchange information about family-centered research and program strategies, including family…

NAEYC’s 12th Annual National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development


Sunday, June 15, 2003 - June 18, 2003

NAEYC’s 12th National Institute offers teachers, researchers, policymakers the chance to network, learn, and share with colleagues from across the country as they take part in discussions about the latest in child development and learning, explore cutting-edge developments in distance learning, and work towards “investing today for tomorrow’s children.”

National Head Start Association’s 30th Annual Training Conference


Tuesday, May 27, 2003 - May 30, 2003

The National Head Start Association anticipates thousands of Head Start directors, support staff, parents, and others in the field of education to attend the 2003 Annual Training conference. The conference features Special Tracks, with expert presenters offering in-depth training in specialized areas. New areas of training include “How to Deal with Toxic Employees,” “Transporting Head…

Engaging Leaders: Building Bright Futures For Young Children


Wednesday, May 21, 2003 - May 23, 2003

Charlotte N.C. – This national conference of United Way Success By 6 celebrates 15 years of working to ensure that all children ages zero to six are healthy, nurtured and ready to succeed. The conference offers educators, business leaders, policy makers, and other “champions” of early childhood initiatives the chance to share ideas and learn…