National Dropout Prevention Center/Network Update
June 2014 - Vol. 14 No. 5
Dropout Prevention Update
Summary for June
- 26th Annual National Dropout Prevention Network Conference
- Solutions to the Dropout Crisis Broadcast June 4
26th Annual National Dropout Prevention Network Conference
November 2-5, 2014
The Galt House, Louisville, KY
Please join us this November for another fantastic Network Conference, taking place this year in Louisville, Kentucky. Our partners include the Kentucky Department of Education, Jefferson County Public Schools, Kent State University, and others. This conference will feature 11 unique topical strands and a track specifically geared towards school administrators. The latter, led by 2009 National High School Principal of the Year, Mark Wilson, will guide school administrators in developing effective schoolwide efforts to boost student achievement and graduation rates. Our keynote speakers will feature Hasan Davis, former Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice Commissioner; Gene Wilhoit, the Executive Director for the Center for Innovation in Education; and Emily Kirkpatrick, the Vice President for the National Center for Families Learning. For more information on the conference, presenters, and registration information, please visit our Louisville conference page.
Solutions to the Dropout Crisis
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
3:30 - 4:30pm Eastern Standard Time
Our June webcast features Dr. Mark Wilson, who will be leading the administrators? track at our Network conference in Louisville. As the 2009 National High School Principal of the Year, Dr. Wilson offers valuable perspectives on creating school environments that foster student achievement. If you are interested in attending Dr. Wilson's session in Louisville in November, or simply wish to learn more about successful learning environments, we highly recommend watching Dr. Wilson's webcast, available here. As always, participation is free and no registration is required.
Previous video and audio webcasts are now archived and can be viewed here.
Participation in this webcast is free and no registration is required. The program will be archived in its entirety on our Web site. On the day of the webcast, sign on early to ensure your connection. Link to the broadcast at www.dropoutprevention.org/webcast.
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