(FRANKFORT, Ky.) - The 19th Annual National Dropout Prevention Network conference will be held in Louisville at the Galt House Hotel on October 27-31.
The conference theme is “Guiding ALL Students to the Winner's Circle.” The conference will offer more than 100 sessions focusing on secondary school design, truancy, differentiated learning and services for at-risk students. Keynote sessions will involve national experts providing information on effective dropout prevention strategies.
Kentucky will host this prestigious conference for the first time, and educators are encouraged to take advantage of this special opportunity.
Conference partners include the Kentucky Department of Education, Indiana Department of Education, Delaware Department of Education, Kentucky Center for School Safety, Simon Youth Foundation, Louisville Education & Employment Partnership, Fayette County Public Schools, New Albany-Floyd County Public Schools, West Kentucky Educational Cooperative, Kentucky Association of School Administrators, Jefferson County Public Schools, Indiana Juvenile Justice Task Force, Green River Regional Educational Cooperative, Kentucky Family Resource/Youth Service Centers, Kentucky Educational Collaborative for State Agency Children and the Muhammad Ali Center.
More information about the conference agenda and registration is provided at http://www.dropoutprevention.org/.
Call for presenters here.