National Association of State Boards of Education 2015 Annual Conference


Thursday, October 22 - 24, National Association of State Boards of Education 2015 Annual Conference -- States Charting a Course for Change
NASBE is pleased to announce four terrific keynote speakers for this year's Annual Conference at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Maryland.

NASBE's 2015 Annual Conference is the single largest professional learning opportunity for state board of education members and other state policy actors. This year's theme, "States Charting a Course for Change," reflects the new reality of education governance in a post-NCLB era: 

Join us for exciting sessions designed to help you manage this transition. Here's a sample:
--How Good Is Good Enough? Designing a State Accountability System in the Post-NCLB Era 
--What Do We Now Know About Preparing School Leaders-and How Are We Doing?
--Strengthening State Policies for Early Childhood Education
--Fixing Teacher Development: How Can States Prepare, Support, and Retain the Best Teachers?
-- State Roundtable Discussion: Policy Speed Dating for State Board Members 

It's shaping up to be one of the strongest NASBE Annual Conferences in years. The deadline for early bird registration has been extended to September 8. Don't waste a moment: Register today!

The speakers are:
--Kevin Carey, New America and author of The End of College
--Anne Murphy Paul, author of the forthcoming book, Brilliant: The New Science of Smart that argues we can make ourselves, and our children, smarter. 
--James H. Johnson, Jr., Demographics and poverty expert with a focus on disruptive demographics
--Sean Macomb, Baltimore Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts English teacher and the 2014 National Teacher of the Year.

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Baltimore, Maryland
Event Time: 
October 2015