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The Second Annual Network for Public Education Conference Registration is Now Open!

Here is the master information page for all conference information:

http://www.networkforpubliceducation.org/2015/01/npe-2015-annual-conference-chicago-early-bird-special-registration-open/

Early-bird discounted Registration for the Network for Public Education’s Second Annual Conference is now available at this address:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/network-for-public-education-2015-annual-conference-tickets-15118560020

These low rates will last for the month of January.

The event is being held at the Drake Hotel in downtown Chicago, and there is a link on the registration page for special hotel registration rates. Here are some of the event details.

There will be a welcoming social event 7 pm Friday night, April 24, at or near the Drake Hotel — details coming soon.

Featured speakers will be:

Jitu Brown, National Director of the Journey for Justice Alliance, the NPE Board of Directors, and the Kenwood Oakland Community Organization.
Tanaisa Brown, High School Senior, Newark Student Union

Yong Zhao, Author, “Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Dragon?”

Diane Ravitch in Conversation with Lily Eskelsen Garcia and Randi Weingarten
Karen Lewis, President, Chicago Teachers Union

There will be a special optional luncheon on Saturday that will feature a conversation between Edushyster and surprise guests.

There will be dozens of workshops and panels offered by activists from coast to coast. Proposals for these sessions are being solicited by the NPE, and can be submitted here until the Jan. 20 deadline.
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NPEChicagoSession

The organizers worked to make the conference as affordable as possible. Please be aware that the room reservations and food costs offset the use of the hotel space. This conference is priced as cheaply as possible so that the maximum number of people can attend. We are hoping to raise money to provide a limited amount of scholarships. Here is the link for the scholarship application: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NPEScholarship

If you would like to make a donation to allow others to attend who otherwise could not afford participating, please go here, and indicate that this is for the “NPE Conference Scholarship Fund” http://www.networkforpubliceducation.org/about-npe/become-a-member/

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