Great Lakes East Comprehensive Center

2011 Calendar of Events

June 2011

Date: June 10
Location: Online
Format: Webinar
Topic: Public Meeting on Race to the Top Assessment Program Implementation
Audience: Public
Sponsors: U.S. Department of Education, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

Date: June 14
Location: Online
Format: Webinar
Topic: Regional Advisory Committee (RAC) Public Meeting Webinar 1—Midwest
Audience: Public within the region of Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin
Sponsor: U.S. Department of Education

Dates: June 19–22
Location: Orlando, FL
Format: Conference
Topic: 2011 National Conference on Student Assessment
Audience: Teachers, administrators, school board members, education associations, institutions of higher education, state education agencies, business, test developers
Sponsor: Council of Chief State School Officers

Dates: June 20–23
Location: Atlanta, GA
Format: Webinar
Topic: 2011 National Charter Schools Conference
Audience: School leaders; school administrators; teachers; chief business officers/chief financial officers/finance staff; school board members; facility managers; chief information officers; information technology staff; charter school authorizers; charter school legal experts; federal, state, and local policymakers and elected officials; charter management organization and education management organization staff; state charter association staff; business and community leaders; charter school advocates; education consultants; anyone interested in starting a charter school
Sponsor: National Alliance for Public Charter Schools

Date: June 21
Location: Online
Format: Webinar
Topic: Regional Advisory Committee (RAC) Public Meeting Webinar 2—Midwest
Audience: Public within the region of Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin
Sponsor: U.S. Department of Education

July 2011

Dates: July 12–13
Location: Washington, DC
Format: Conference
Topic: K–12 STEM Education Policy Conference
Audience: STEM educators, administrators, researchers, publishers and instructional material providers, STEM professionals, anyone interested in the future of STEM education
Sponsors: NSTA, the American Chemical Society, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, International Technology and Engineering Educators Association, the STEM Education Coalition, and the Hands-On Science Partnership

August 2011

Dates: August 15–17
Location: Washington, DC
Format: Conference
Topic: The 1st Biennial Global Implementation Conference
Audience: Scientists, policymakers, practitioners, community leaders
Sponsors: National Implementation Research Network; Child and Family Evidence-based Practices Consortium, A Project of the Tides Center; U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs; and others

 

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