Upcoming Events



Got Evidence? Where to Find and How to Use It to Make Sound Decisions About Evidence-Based Practices (Part Two)

The National Center for Systemic Improvement (NCSI) will present part two of this two-part webinar series featuring the use of tools and resources especially created to inform the identification, selection, and use of evidence-based practices as well as their application in early childhood programs. 


Contact: Monica Mathur-Kalluri
Phone: 601-359-2586

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North Carolina Association for Middle Level Education (NCMLE) Annual Conference
Keys to Success: Unlocking Middle School Achievement
Koury Convention Center
3121 West Gate City Blvd., Greensboro, North Carolina 27407

On March 3–5, 2019, NCMLE we will provide over 100 hour-long interest sessions on a broad variety of topics relevant to middle-level education. Choose from topics such as Accountability, Closing the Gap, Classroom Management, Leadership, Organizational Structure, Safety and Discipline, Integrating Technology, Teaching Special Populations, Interdisciplinary Instruction, Student Services, Teaming, Advisor/Advisee, the Role of the Arts, Teaching in an Instructional Block, Schools to Watch, Professional Development, Inclusion, content-specific presentations in all major areas, and much, much more.

Phone: 844-277-7977

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ASCD Empower19
The Conference for Every Educator
Chicago, Illinois

The ASCD Empower19 conference offers relevant and innovative sessions for classroom teachers, principals, district or state administrators, and other education professionals. Early-bird registration prices are effective until February 1, 2019. The event also offers pre-conference institutes from March 15–19. Speakers include Ron Clark, educator and author; Doris Kearns Goodwin, presidential historian and author; and Ashton Kutcher, actor, philanthropist, entrepreneur, and investor.

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Connecting Communities of Education Stakeholders Conference (CCES)
Innovative Pathways To Personalized Learning
Sheraton Greensboro Hotel & Koury Convention Center
312 1 West Gate City Blvd., Greensboro, North Carolina 27407

The Connecting Communities of Education Stakeholders Conference (CCES) builds capacity for continued growth and success for all learners. The CCES provides a platform for educational discourse, research-based practice, and professional networking to enhance the unified collaboration of all stakeholders to strengthen the continuous improvement process.

E-mail: cces@dpi.nc.gov

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North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA) Conference on Educational Leadership
Leadership Matters 2019
Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown
3415 Wake Forest Road, Raleigh, North Carolina  27609

This annual conference on educational leadership is designed to meet the needs of all facets of school administrators. More than 30 peer­-to-peer breakout sessions are offered over the course of a day and a half, sandwiched between general session and luncheon speakers designed to empower and reenergize district leaders. You don't want to miss the Education Marketplace, which showcases NCASA corporate partners who help to make the work possible and bring in vendors from across the country to introduce the latest developments in the business of education.

Contact: Lucy Kucmierz
Phone: 919-828-1426

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2019 National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute
Friday Center for Continuing Education
100 Friday Center Drive, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599

The National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute is one of the premier educational opportunities for anyone involved in the care and education of young children with special needs in inclusive settings. Dozens of world-class experts, dozens of groundbreaking sessions, free courses for continuing education units (CEUs)—and an enduring impact. For over 15 years, the Inclusion Institute has drawn people from across the country and around the globe to Chapel Hill to learn about the latest research findings, models, and resources to guide inclusive policy, professional development and practice; to develop collaborative relationships and cross-agency systems to support early childhood inclusion; and to have the opportunity to meet, learn from, and problem solve with peers.


Contact: Lindsay Holland
Phone: 919-962-3000