Call for Proposals: Journeys to Success: Equity and Access for All Students
National Partnership for Educational Access
Now Accepting Workshop Proposals
Journeys to Success: Equity and Access for All Students
Present at the 2017 NPEA Conference
We invite you to submit a workshop proposal for NPEA’s 9th annual conference, taking place on April 5-7, 2017 in Boston, MA. More than 100 professionals support the work of NPEA each year by presenting at the national conference. Presenting at the NPEA conference is a great way to:
- Share your ideas and expertise with a diverse audience on a national platform
- Enrich your own professional growth
- Engage with a group of like-minded educators committed to improving outcomes for underrepresented students
Deadline for Submissions
Friday, September 16, 2016
The NPEA conference offers sessions on a range of topics addressing the needs and interests of our diverse audience. We encourage proposals that are focused on best practices and current research on serving underrepresented students, while remaining relevant to the conference theme of supporting all students, recognizing their unique stories, and exploring the many factors and experiences that contribute to their journeys on the path to and through college and beyond.
This year, we are accepting proposals for Workshop Sessions (75 minutes each) as well as Learning Exchange Roundtables (45 minutes each).
To learn more about our conference theme, sponsors, committee, and speakers, as well as view examples of past workshop proposal submissions, please visit our website.
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