Conference: Getting Kids to College and Career

Sunday, April 9, 2017

Featured presenter Dr. Karen Mapp
Effective student cradle-to-career educational efforts require equitable partnerships between families, schools and communities and a commitment from all adults in the life of a child to work together for a common goal.

This conference will teach you why you should become engaged and how to be a partner in student success.

Saturday, September 23rd 2017 8:30am to 4:00pm
Everett Community College, Jackson Conference Center 200 Tower St. Everett WA 98201

Who should attend? Educators, parents, students, school administrators, community professionals and others working with students and families.


Learn all about the Dual Capacity Building Framework for effective engagement from its co-creator Dr. Karen Mapp!

She is a Senior Lecturer on Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Faculty Director of the Harvard Education Policy and Management Master’s Program, special consultant to the U.S. Department of Education, founding Board member of the National Association of Family School and Community Engagement (NAFSCE), and a nationally recognized expert on the link between engagement and student learning.

She is the author and co-author of a vast number of articles and books including the landmark: “A New Wave of Evidence,” “Beyond the Bake Sale,” and “A Match on Dry Grass.”

Guest speakers, workshops by field experts, exhibitors and networking opportunities.
Cost: $165 per person. School District Purchase Orders accepted. Contact for more information. 
Breakfast, lunch and parking included. Clock hours and STARS available. Schools encouraged to register teams.

Space is limited! Register here.  Ask us about scholarships for parents
Benefiting: The Engagement Conference raises funds for Washington Family Engagement Trust programs.


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