Friday, April 30 is the deadline to lock in the early bird registration fees for the National School Board Association’s Advocacy Institute conference, which will be held virtually from Tuesday through Thursday, June 8-10.
The conference will feature sessions on the latest developments in education policy and legislation including pandemic-related funding and policies, waivers, testing, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). There will also be a program that discusses the results of a new national education poll.
NJSBA will be organizing virtual meetings with New Jersey’s congressional representatives and their staff on May 10.
“The NJSBA Advocacy Institute is always a great way to connect with state Congressional representatives while learning more about the national issues that affect education,” said Dr. Lawrence S. Feinsod, NJSBA executive director. “Particularly this year, when the Advocacy Institute will be online and therefore easier to attend, board members should consider taking advantage of the opportunity to learn more about how national education issues affect local districts, and how board members can advocate for their students.”
|Early Bird||By April 30||$299|
|Standard||April 30-June 9||$350|
Cancellation Policy Registration fees for the Advocacy Institute are non-refundable. If you are unable to attend, you may access a recording of the event at a later date.