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Our days at the 2018 Families Learning Conference are packed full of great sessions and always the opportunity to connect with other professionals. Consider joining us Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday:

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Monday, September 24:

Kick off your week with NCFL at the 2018 Families Learning Conference! The Opening Session will feature keynote speaker Dr. Sharroky Hollie, a national educator who provides professional development to thousands of educators in the area of cultural responsiveness. Choose from over 60 concurrent sessions spanning six strands of content: Adult Education, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Early Childhood Education, English Learners, Research and Policy, and Two-Generation Learning. End the day with a free evening reception sponsored by PNC Grow Up Great®, plus a special “night session” with Google.

Tuesday, September 25:

Tuesday will begin with the General Session featuring keynote speaker Stanley R. Holder Sr., member of the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes and executive director of the Acoma Tribal Department of Education. In total, there will be over 60 concurrent sessions offered and an evening plated banquet, featuring a keynote by bestselling author and television host Brad Meltzer. Mr. Meltzer will do a book signing following the banquet.

Wednesday, September 26:

This year’s conference will not slow down until the last speaker is done! Two extended “deep dive” sessions on the subjects of equity and trauma-informed care will be offered Wednesday morning. The Closing Brunch, featuring Tom Vander Ark, CEO of Getting Smart, with a plated meal is included. Mr. Vander Ark will do a book signing following the brunch.

To secure your spot at the 2018 Families Learning Conference, register today!

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