This year's conference is intended for representatives from schools, law enforcement, community coalitions, the judiciary, probation / parole, parents and the foster care system. Noted author and speaker Jamie Vollmer, whose goal is to help educators and their allies remove the obstacles to progress and create schools that unfold the potential of every child, will open the conference through presentation and guided discussion to frame how schools and communities collectively contribute to every child's success. Participants will not only be exposed to excellent collaborative practice from across the state, but will be clustered with others from similar communities to allow guided networking and planning time throughout the conference. As you register for this conference, please consider key community stakeholders who support school success and invite them to attend along with you. Through reframing our work and exposure to fresh ideas and practices, attendees will leave with new partners and concrete strategies to increase effectiveness in supporting the healthy development of youth in Idaho.
One professional education credit is offered through Boise State University to all conference participants who attend the 2 full days of the conference and complete the required assignment.
The cost of the credit is $60 and registration for the credit will be available though April 25, 2013
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Please contact Jill Hella, K-12 Professional Education Coordinator at Boise State with questions regarding the credit. She can be reached at (208) 426-3713 or email@example.com
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