Since it was cancelled in May due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve been working on an alternative to July’s in-person annual College Changes Everything® (CCE) conference. Working with our partners and colleagues, we have put together an online conference that includes both recorded interest sessions and a schedule of live sessions. To access the recorded sessions as your schedule allows, please complete the registration process to create a username and password. To see a list of the recorded sessions, please click here.
National Forum to Advance Rural Education: 112th NREA Convention and Research Symposium
Share your research about rural education issues – submit a research session proposal.
Since the conference is virtual, research sessions will be different from years past. If your submission is accepted, you will be responsible for pre-recording your presentation. Battelle for Kids will make it available as on-demand content for viewing during and post-conference. Research sessions can be up to 30 minutes in length.
A limited number of researchers who submit research session proposals will be selected to showcase their work during Day 1 of conference programming.
Research session proposals are due July 31, 2020, and acceptance notifications will be sent in mid-September. If your research session proposal is accepted, you will be required to register for the conference.
This form will allow you to save your progress on a submission and continue working on it later. Once finalized, you can submit the proposal for review. Remember your log in details, in case you need to return to check on the status of your submission. If you need assistance with your account or log in credentials, please contact Kara Adkins at email@example.com.
Submission Deadline: July 31, 2020 | 11:59 p.m. (ET)
Join the Network for College Success for seven days of powerful learning with teams of educators from across the country at the National Freshman Success Institute.
Read all the details here.
Equity Leaders Institutes are transformative two-day learning experiences intended to increase participants’ capacities to advance and sustain equitable practices in teaching and learning. To allow for in-depth reflection and discourse among participants, and more individualized support for planning attendance for the institute will be capped at 60 people.
Creating Caring School Communities: Decolonizing Harmful Practices, Disrupting Push Out, & Advancing Liberation in Our Schools
The topic of this year’s Institute is about re-establishing schools as caring communities by dismantling institutionalized practices that interrupt successful schooling experiences for historically marginalized populations and supporting the development of a framework to promote success for all students.
Dates: 10 a.m. September 29-4:30 p.m. September 30 (ET)