Free #NCFL2017 registration up for grabs!
Two weeks—that’s all that is standing in the way of the premier family literacy and learning event for educators, family literacy staff, school administrators, library staff, researchers, and policy makers.
Haven’t registered for the Families Learning Conference? You could go for free! Attend our two free webinars this week for the chance to win a free registration and travel stipend to attend #NCFL2017 in Tucson, Arizona, from October 9 to 11.
Many literacy and learning programs around the country are experiencing a decline in attendance by immigrant and refugee families. The National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) recognizes that literacy staff need guidance in addressing this issue. That is why we’re partnering with the Migration Policy Institute and the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) to produce two webinars, September 28 and 29 at 2pm EDT.
Register for each webinar today. By attending both webinars you will be entered into a drawing for one free registration to the Families Learning Conference 2017 and $650 travel allotment.
Six reasons you should be at the Families Learning Conference 2017:
- Free pre-conference workshop Sunday, October 8, on reading strategies
- Over 100 concurrent sessions on family literacy and learning; early childhood education; adult education; working with English language learners; library initiatives; education research; and more
- Magic Johnson is headlining the Toyota-NCFL Banquet Celebration Monday, October 9
- Energizing breakfast and discussion Tuesday, October 10, with GED Testing Service® CEO, Randy Trask
- Hundreds of fellow education professionals in which to network and idea-share
- All conference activities are taking place on a beautiful resort with morning yoga, desert hiking trails right off of the resort, and evening tequila toast
Join us this week for two informative webinars and one great chance to win a FREE Families Learning Conference 2017 registration!
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