Conferences and Meetings
When you see the list of speakers and consider all of the benefits for professional growth, you get excited about the possibility of attending the NCSS conference in Boston (what better place to hold a social studies conference?), but finding the funding in limited budgets can be a challenge. Here are a few tips to help convince your supervisor you should attend the conference.
Why Should You Attend?
Promoting Personal Finance and Fiscal Responsibility in the Secondary Classroom
Join us for our "Legislative Update" webinar.
Between 10:30-12:00 PM EDT Della Cronin of Washington Partners and NCSS staff members will provide an overview of what is going on at the federal level regarding ESEA reauthorization, as well as any other efforts relevant to social studies education. --> read more »
Those groups who have drafted resolutions over the first half of the year should submit their resolutions to NCSS by this date. They can be submitted online at http://www.ncssleaders.org/HouseofDelegates/HodResolutionSubmissions2010 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NCSS invites you, a leading education supplier, to collaborate with us, and discover a truly unique opportunity for repeated exposure to thousands of educators. Stand out from the crowd! Sponsorship is your opportunity to gain additional visibility and exposure. Sponsor an event or service at the 94th NCSS Annual Conference. There are several opportunities to suit your needs and budget.
Sponsorship Benefits --> read more »
Boston's rich history and vibrant neighborhoods will come alive at the 94th NCSS Annual Conference. There is so much to explore and so many places to visit, and the Back Bay region in which the Hynes Convention Center sits offers many attractions and diversions. Be sure to make time to experience the city. There is no better place for social studies teachers to explore. --> read more »
Theme: "Ohio Schools in a Global Setting"