Register Now for
ASCD’s Legislative Conference!
What will the U.S. presidential election and the new Congress mean for
education in 2013? How will policy decisions related to the Common
Core State Standards; No Child Left Behind (NCLB) waivers; educator
evaluation systems; and education funding affect what’s happening in your
districts, schools, and classrooms?
ASCD’s 2013 Leadership Institute for Legislative Advocacy (LILA) will
address these and other timely topics that influence your day-to-day work
as an educator. Register now for an outstanding opportunity to hear from
national education leaders about the latest education policy developments,
network with fellow educators, and share your expertise with your federal
lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
The conference will take place January 27–29, 2013, at the Westin
Georgetown Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Conference highlights include
■ Sessions with Capitol Hill and U.S. Department of Education insiders
who will share their perspectives on the future of NCLB and other federal education priorities.
■ The introduction of ASCD’s 2013 Legislative Agenda, which will outline the association’s policy
goals and vision for the coming year.
■ A Capitol Hill boot camp featuring video vignettes that will address the dos and don’ts of
conducting meetings with your legislators.
For the conference agenda and registration as well as travel information, visit www.ascd.org/LILA.
Questions? Contact ASCD’s policy team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
;hole Child Do;n
Designed expressively for Australian
educators, the ASCD Whole Child
Under ;ebinar Series
Down Under webinar series looks
at a whole child approach to education through three lenses: the role
of the principal, a systems approach
to school improvement, and health
and education alignment. Presented
by Australian educator and ASCD
Director of Whole Child Programs
Sean Slade, the three webinars
address how a whole child approach
links to current debates in Australia
regarding the National Curriculum;
findings from the Gonski report
(which addresses funding inequi-
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ties in Australian schools); and the
value of a well-rounded education.
View and share archived session
recordings, presenter handouts, and
related resources at www.ascd.org/
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