CCSA Conference: Programming Highlight - Civil Rights and Education Reform
February 15, 2016
Attend CCSA's 23rd Annual Conference held in Long Beach, CA March 14-17, 2016 to share your expertise and to gain valuable insight from your colleagues to help solve and master the complex challenges you encounter every day.
Visit the Program tab on the conference website to view and search all available 2016 programming. Be sure not to miss this year's programming thread focused on exploring civil rights and education reform!
Programming includes but is not limited to:
- The Elephant in the Room: Why Race Matters in Education Reform: This session will provide a safe environment where participants can openly and publicly dialogue about the complex issues regarding race.
- # Black Life Matters to Whom?: This panel will discuss best practices and proven methods that have helped lower the achievement gap.
- Childhood Trauma: A Debate Straight Outta Compton: Join us for a debate that comes "Straight Outta Compton." The question is, should district and charter schools bear the heavy responsibility of addressing the social and emotional needs of students?
- Where do Civil Rights Organizations Stand on California Charter Schools?: This panel will include representatives from civil rights groups to discuss their organizations' perspectives on charter schools.
Register before February 24 for your LAST CHANCE to receive the standard rate registration pricing.
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