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You loved our industry tours at the 2019 conference, so we’re going even bigger for 2020 in New Orleans. Join us!
Tours will take place on Friday, July 10, during the hours of 8 to noon. Tour fees must be paid during registration and attendees are limited to one tour. Spouses, children or other guests may register for an additional fee per person – see below for details and age requirements for each tour.
Bookmark this page – more tours will be added soon!
Bring a team of teachers, counselors and school leaders and take home tools you can use right away.
This year’s conference will feature over 400 keynote, concurrent, sharing and deep-dive sessions that go to the heart of K-12 educational challenges, such as ensuring equitable access to quality learning experiences and addressing the effects of poverty.
Sessions will help attendees:
- Design high-quality instruction
- Implement classroom management strategies
- Align curricula with readiness standards
- Use educational technology effectively
- Develop career pathways
- Offer personalized learning supports
- Build school and district leadership capacity
- Support new educators
- Adopt continuous improvement strategies
- And much, much more
Before, during or after this year’s events, if you have a question, we’re here to help – just let us know.
In the meantime, here are answers to questions we’re frequently asked.
This July, join us at SREB’s summer conferences and find out why Baltimore has been named “the coolest city on the East coast,” “one of the top 20 travel destinations for 2019,” “a mini family vacation that won’t break the bank,” “one of America’s most artistic towns,” and “one of the most exciting food cities” – and earned a spot on “the Great American Barbecue Bucket List.”
After seven years of offering the College- and Career-Readiness Standards Networking Conference as a separate meeting, we’re uniting our summer conferences in one powerful event – the Making Schools Work Conference.
Join us in New Orleans in 2020 to explore powerful literacy and mathematics tools and strategies that enhance students’ content knowledge and reasoning skills.
Making Schools Work Conference attendees may register for behind-the-scenes industry tours at some of the most prominent businesses in New Orleans.