Congratulations Presenters!

 

 

Proposal Notifications for the 2020 National ESEA Conference 

Email notifications regarding the status of all submitted proposals for the 2020 National ESEA Conference went out on September 6th.  Provisionally accepted proposals will appear on the session schedule once all presenters on the session have agreed to the official terms and conditions.  Congratulations and we look forward to including your presentation in the Conference.

 

Mark Your Calendar for the 2021 National ESEA Conference in Boston

If you missed the June 14th proposal submission deadline, or your proposal was declined, check back in April 2020, when proposal submissions will open for the 2021 National ESEA Conference in Boston.

 

The 2020 National ESEA Conference

Georgia World Congress Center
Atlanta, GA
February 4 - 7, 2020


Formerly known as the National Title I Conference, the second annual National ESEA Conference reflects the broader focus of the reorganized National Assoication of ESEA State Program Administrators. The Conference has expanded to include these significant federal education programs:

  • Title I, Part A - Education for the Disadvantaged
  • Title I, Part C - Education of Migratory Children
  • Title I, Part D - Neglected & Delinquent
  • Title II, Part A - Supporting Effective Instruction
  • Title III, Part A - English Learners & Immigrant Education
  • Title IV, Part A - Student Support & Academic Enrichment
  •  Title IV, Part B - 21st Century Community Learning Centers
  • Title V, Part B - Rural Education Initiative
  • Title VI, Part A - Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native Education
  • Title VII, Part B - McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, Education for Homeless Children and Youth
  • IDEA - Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (Special Education) 

Together for Equity

2020 Conference theme: Together for Equity

As we integrate, innovate, and collaborate, it must be done toward the goal of equity, ensuring that every student has timely access to high quality education regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, language, ability, sexual orientation, or income. Programs funded by the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) are designed for equity. It is essential that we combine our efforts to move this goal from dream to reality. The 2020 National ESEA Conference keynotes and breakout sessions will focus on “Together for Equity.”

 

Proposal submissions were accepted May 1 - June 14

 

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