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Join us in the Sunshine State in 2018!

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Mark your calendar for the 2018 Families Learning Conference in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. From Monday, September 24 to Wednesday, September 26, the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) will host the premier family literacy and learning professional development event.

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Educators, family literacy staff, school administrators, education researchers, policymakers, and library staff are invited to attend and to present their best practices and strategies for helping families rise out of poverty and into academic success. The call for proposals for concurrent sessions will open in Winter 2018.

To get a jump on the early bird registration price and for announcements about the 2018 Families Learning Conference, visit bit.ly/ncflc2018 or subscribe to our emails at bit.ly/ncflsignup.

 

4 Comments to “Join us in the Sunshine State in 2018!”

  1. Patricia Limon

    First time attending love the conference looking for 2018 conference.

  2. ncfl

    We’re glad you enjoyed our Conference, Patricia! We hope to see you again next year!

  3. Kathy Cornell

    I had the exciting and wonderful opportunity to attend this three day conference in Tucson Az. I had applied for and was thrilled to learn that I had received an Innovation Grant from NCFL to attend. The speakers and presenters were excellent, the hotel/scenery was breath -taking, but what I enjoyed the most was the chance to meet other family literacy practitioners and be re-inspired by the student stories and by some of the passionate providers that I met. I do so hope to return again. Thank you NCFL!

  4. ncfl

    That’s wonderful to hear, Kathy! We’re excited to read your blog post about NCFL’s conference (as part of the Innovation Grant)!

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