Innovative Schools Summit
Las Vegas

July 6-10, 2020

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Dr. Chris Emdin
Professor of Science Education, Author of For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood
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Author of A Framework for Understanding Poverty, Creator of aha! Process
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Aaron Wiemeier
Author, Counselor & Trauma Specialist
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Steph Jensen
International Speaker, Award-Winning Author & Consultant
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Creator of BraveBrains, Expert on Attachment Issues, Author of Riley the Brave
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Robert Jackson
Award-Winning Author, Publisher, International Speaker
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Dr. Tom Maglisceau
Author, Counselor & Trauma Specialist
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Eric Clark
Progressive Administrator, Master Trainer Responsibility-Centered Discipline

Innovative Schools Summit Las Vegas

Held at Caesars Palace July 6-10, 2020, the Innovative School Summit Las Vegas features a great lineup of award-winning and nationally recognized speakers. This expert lineup of presenters draws upon their years of experience and research to provide proven strategies that work in schools. The Las Vegas Summit features access to the 6 National Education Conferences for the Price of One: School Discipline Conference, School Climate & Culture Forum, Boy Brains & Engagement Conference, NextGen School Safety Conference, Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference and the Wired Differently Conference: Trauma Informed Schools.

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What to Expect at the Innovative Schools Summit?

What Do Educators Have to Say about the Summit?

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Attend 6 Conferences for the Price of 1

Attendees to the Innovative Schools Summit Las Vegas  are able to attend sessions from all Conferences (on a space-available basis).

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School Discipline Conference

The discussion around school discipline can be polarizing. But almost everyone agrees that students need to be in class in order to succeed academically, and that suspensions and expulsions should be as rare as possible. And almost everyone agrees that student and educator safety should be top priority. This Conference is a must-attend gathering for educators focused on improving academic performance by applying the most current innovations and research to behavior intervention and classroom management.

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Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference

This 3-day conference will provide an opportunity for teachers, administrators and other educators to learn about new insights and strategies for reaching and teaching students (PreK-12). It will emphasize evidence-based and novel instructional practices from national-exemplary programs currently being used in schools.

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School Climate & Culture Forum

This event features practical, real-world initiatives that are successfully transforming the quality, character and personality of schools. It showcases programs, assessments and tools proven to improve school culture and climate. Evidence-based and research-based interventions will be introduced, while the forum also highlights high-potential efforts currently being implemented in the laboratory of everyday school life.

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Wired Differently: Trauma Informed Schools

Now in its seventh year, the Wired Differently Conference will offer a wide array of critical insights and best practices for reaching and teaching students with a variety of emotional and behavioral challenges – especially trauma, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), PTSD and related issues. Principals, other administrators, general ed teachers, special needs teachers, resource teachers and paraprofessionals attending the Wired Differently Conference will benefit from tools, recommendations and strategies for working with this often high-potential portion of the student population.

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Boy Brains & Engagement Conference

Recent education research has focused much more on the learning, social outcomes and schooling experiences of boys. Boys are more likely to be held back, suspended or expelled — or to drop out of school altogether. This conference helps educators support the unique neurochemistry of the male brain and improve academic outcomes.

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NextGen School Safety Conference

Tragedies such as the shootings in Parkland, FL and Sandy Hook, CT have brought increased attention to school safety. The 2019 NextGen School Safety Conference will focus on steps that schools can take to prevent tragedies such as Sandy Hook, while also addressing steps that can be taken to prevent “everyday” tragedies – such as a teacher suffering a serious back injury, a teenager suffering a serious concussion or a second grader stepping in front of a school bus.

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What Past Attendees Have to Say…

"This was my first time attending the Summit and I must truly say it was the best Conference I have ever attended. The sessions were very informative, inspiring, and motivating"
High School Principal
Colombus, OH
"I am ready to return to my classroom with a different mindset, being better now than in the past, and focusing on my students future not their present. Moving forward with great expectations and pushing them into their destinies by any means necessary."
Middle School Teacher
Cambridge, MA
"I've been a teacher for 15 years and I learned more from this Conference than I've learned from any other Professional Development I've ever attended. I can't wait to return to school and share with my colleagues!"
Middle School Counselor
Ventura, CA
"Wow! I loved all of the Keynote Speakers - each one was inspiring, thoughtful and reminded me why I got into teaching. I'm so glad I attended and learned strategies to help my most difficult students."
High School Teacher
Baton Rogue, LA
"I loved being able to attend sessions from the full variety of conferences occurring simultaneously."
High School Counselor
Des Moines, IA
"I am already planning to attend next year and plan on bringing more people from my school."
Middle School Vice Principal
Jacksonville, FL
"This is such a great conference. There were so many wonderful sessions that it was difficult to choose which session to attend."
Elementary School Teacher
Savannah, GA
"My attendance at this conference was the best experience I've had in my 27 years as an educator."
High School Teacher
Reston, VA

Who Should Attend?

– School Counselors (PK-12)
– Principals
– Classroom Teachers
– Special Education Personnel
– School Administrators
– Deans
– Psychologists

– Teachers
– Social Workers
– School Resource Officers
– Behaviorists
– Therapists
– Community & Faith-Based Youth Workers
– After-School Program Coordinators

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Guests should make individual reservations by clicking  clicking here or by calling the Hotel at (866) 227-5938 – please note: a $15 (+ tax) processing fee per reservation will be incurred if you choose not to use your dedicated web-link. Guests are responsible for all charges at a rate of $159 per night + $39.00 Resort Fee + $15.00 tax. 


*To receive the group rate, attendees must identify themselves as part of the ‘Innovative Schools Summit ‘ group. Callers may also use your group code to identify the group, SCISSO.

Innovative Schools Summit Las Vegas Registration

Please Note: Pre-Conference Sessions for the Innovative Schools Summit Las Vegas will held July 6 & 7. The main Summit will begin on July 8 at 8:30 am. 

Super Bundle

*Early Bird Pricing Ends 1/31/20*
6 Conferences + 4 Pre-Conference Sessions
$ 595 per attendee
  • Entrance to 2 Pre-Conference Sessions on 7/6/20
  • Entrance to 2 Pre-Conference Sessions on 7/7/20
  • Entrance to the Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference, School Climate & Culture Forum, School Discipline Conference, Wired Differently Conference: Trauma Informed Schools, Boy Brains & Engagement Conference and the NextGen School Safety Conference
  • Standard Pricing: $750
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Conference Bundle

*Early Bird Pricing Ends 1/31/20*
6 Conferences + 2 Pre-Conference Sessions
$ 495 per attendee
  • Entrance to 2 Pre-Conference Sessions on 7/7/20
  • Entrance to the Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference, School Climate & Culture Forum, School Discipline Conference, Wired Differently Conference: Trauma Informed Schools, Boy Brains & Engagement Conference and the NextGen School Safety Conference
  • Standard Pricing: $650

Conference Only

*Early Bird Pricing Ends 1/31/20*
6 Conferences for the Price of 1
$ 395 per attendee
  • Entrance to the Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference, School Climate & Culture Forum, School Discipline Conference, Wired Differently Conference: Trauma Informed Schools, Boy Brains & Engagement Conference and the NextGen School Safety Conference
  • Morning & Afternoon Refreshments
  • Standard Pricing: $550

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Innovative Schools Summit Las Vegas
Breakout Sessions

2020 las Vegas Pre-Conference Sessions

Mike Paget, M.Ed.: Positive Behaviorial Supports for Students Who Are Wired Differently

Monday, July 6th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Disorganization, irritability, intense moods, emotional escalation, anxiety, perfectionism: these are some of the Top 10 Challenges faced by students who are “Wired Differently” – and by their teachers. Supporting the increasing number of students (now estimated at 1 in 5) with emotional and behavioral challenges requires an array of practices beyond traditional discipline practices.

During this session, author and nationally known education consultant Mike Paget will provide an overview of some of the emotional and behavioral challenges confronting these neuro-diverse students. Increasingly, teachers, counselors, administrators and other educators are realizing that success for these students demands an emphasis on prevention, positive skill-building and other practical supports (including practices at the universal, secondary and tertiary levels) – and that these supports actually improve the behavior of all students. Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS) is one of the more prominent practices, but whether or not your school has implemented PBIS, this session will give helpful insights into the unique characteristics of these students and provide lots of practical supports that will help all students – but particularly those who are “Wired Differently.”

Learning Objectives:

  • Discover the importance of adult attitudes & behaviors when using positive behavior supports.
  • Explore how primary, secondary and tertiary behavior plans can be best employed with various mental/emotional/behavioral concerns.
  • Understand the 8 elements of successful classroom management.
  • Discover tools to help teach social skills to students who are “Wired Differently” within the paradigm of positive behavior supports.
  • Understand the importance of collaboration between families, schools and community resources.

Tom Maglisceau, Ed.D.: Distraction, Disruption, Motivation & Grit: Our Brains on Adolescnece - Part 1

Monday, July 6th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Four high-energy, high-impact workshops in one! This session will help educators better understand the biology of the pre-adolescent and adolescent brains as well as the latest research behind motivation and grit. Additionally, participants will examine Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the characteristics of the Trauma-Impacted Learner as a guide for building resilience in our kids while weaving a safety net for student success.

Learning Objectives:
Generating a greater understanding of brain development as correlated with learning, motivation, and “grit.”
Utilizing “trauma-informed” and “mindset” research to establish classroom, campus, and/or district cultural norms.
Building classroom and school-wide systems of support through resilience-building strategies.

Steph Jensen, M.S., LPC: Lost Boys Strategies to Help Educators Navigate the World of Boys for Academic Success - Part 1

Monday, July 6th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Boys are held back in school twice as often as girls. Boys also get expelled from preschool nearly five times more often than girls, and they are diagnosed with learning disorders and attention problems at nearly four times the rate of girls. Boys are more likely to dropout of school, and make up only 43 percent of college students. Millions of boys are being lost along the path to academic success and career achievement in today’s knowledge economy. Teacher bias regarding behavior, rather than academic performance, penalizes boys as early as kindergarten.

On average, boys receive lower behavioral assessment scores, and those scores affect teachers’ overall perceptions of boys’ intelligence and achievement. Rather than penalize boys’ high energy – as traditional classroom methods often do – successful teachers are learning to take advantage of male liveliness, curiosity and thirst for competition. Unless educators stop to consider whether traditional methods are working for both genders, boys will continue to get the short end of the educational stick.

This session will helps educators understand the structural, chemical and processing differences between boys’ and girls’ brains. It helps educators support boys’ developmental needs, while teaching them social/emotional competencies. Attendees will discover innovative strategies, as well as group and individual interventions, to help boys achieve their highest academic potential.

Learning Objectives: 

In this session, you will learn how to:

  • Explain how boys’ brains work including the chemistry and structure.
  • Identify the differences in the ways girls and boys focus.
  • Recognize the role of hormones, specifically testosterone and dopamine
  • Demonstrate classroom strategies to support boys’ developmental needs
  • Contrast the difference between natural aggression and bullying.

Rick Shaw: First Preventers Playbook: Instrumental Strategies for Create a School Culture of Preventing Safety Issues

Monday, July 6th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Are you tired of the mounting violence in schools today? Are you scared First Responders/SROs can’t be everywhere and respond fast enough to save your students? Would you like to know how research-based data proves you can prevent school shootings, violence, bullying, suicides, and other incidents? What if evidence-based data showed you how assets you already have, your First Preventers, can make your school and community safer?
In this session we will share extensive research-based data from real-life incidents/tragedies to show how prevention was and is possible. We will also share how schools with community-wide strategies are successfully preventing incidents, tragedies, and lawsuits by connecting the dots and changing lives and the world forever.

Learning Objectives:
Identify specific gaps in connecting the pieces of the puzzle
Utilize best practices to prevent liability, lawsuits and tragedies
Demonstrate the essential steps in intervention and prevention

Mike Paget, M.Ed.,: Disruptive Behavior Disorders -- ODD, CD & Intermittent Explosive Disorder

Monday, July 6th, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

You know those students who make your day super difficult? Those who exhibit an ongoing pattern of uncooperative or hostile actions – such as temper tantrums, fighting, cruelty and defiance? Typically educators slip into a pattern of coercion and punishment. Non-disruptive peers start to reject them – isolating them and driving them to associate with other disruptive students. This path can lead to academic difficulties, poor relationships, substance abuse, delinquency and crime. But, these students may actually have a Disruptive Behavior Disorder – Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder and/or Intermittent Explosive Disorder.

In this session, author and behavioral consultant Mike Paget, M.Ed. will share effective practices for working with students challenged by these disorders in the classroom. He will examine each of the disorders – ODD, CD and IED – and connect the dots between the three. What does the student challenged by ODD think and feel about authority figures? Mike will share practical accommodations that will reduce confrontation with these students. Attendees will learn why getting tough and zero tolerance do not work with students challenged by CD and IED. Discover how educators can avoid power struggles and not take the behavior personally.

Learning Objectives:

Know the risk factors for and symptoms of Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct
Disorder and Intermittent Explosive Disorder.
Discover classroom accommodations and strategies for dealing with Disruptive Behavior Disorders.
Gain strategies for de-escalating confrontational situations in your school or classroom.
Learn why it’s important to avoid lectures, interruption, yelling and arguing.
Learn to use more successful approaches including brevity, listening, neutral tone of voice, honesty and humor.
Discover how to build self-management through strength coaching, generosity and re-framing.

Tom Maglisceau, Ed.D.: Distraction, Disruption, Motivation & Grit: Our Brains on Adolescnece - Part 1

Monday, July 6th, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Four high-energy, high-impact workshops in one! This session will help educators better understand the biology of the pre-adolescent and adolescent brains as well as the latest research behind motivation and grit. Additionally, participants will examine Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the characteristics of the Trauma-Impacted Learner as a guide for building resilience in our kids while weaving a safety net for student success.

Learning Objectives:
Generating a greater understanding of brain development as correlated with learning, motivation, and “grit.”
Utilizing “trauma-informed” and “mindset” research to establish classroom, campus, and/or district cultural norms.
Building classroom and school-wide systems of support through resilience-building strategies.

Steph Jensen, M.S., LPC: Lost Boys Strategies to Help Educators Navigate the World of Boys for Academic Success - Part 2

Monday, July 6th, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Boys are held back in school twice as often as girls. Boys also get expelled from preschool nearly five times more often than girls, and they are diagnosed with learning disorders and attention problems at nearly four times the rate of girls. Boys are more likely to dropout of school, and make up only 43 percent of college students. Millions of boys are being lost along the path to academic success and career achievement in today’s knowledge economy. Teacher bias regarding behavior, rather than academic performance, penalizes boys as early as kindergarten.

On average, boys receive lower behavioral assessment scores, and those scores affect teachers’ overall perceptions of boys’ intelligence and achievement. Rather than penalize boys’ high energy – as traditional classroom methods often do – successful teachers are learning to take advantage of male liveliness, curiosity and thirst for competition. Unless educators stop to consider whether traditional methods are working for both genders, boys will continue to get the short end of the educational stick.

This session will helps educators understand the structural, chemical and processing differences between boys’ and girls’ brains. It helps educators support boys’ developmental needs, while teaching them social/emotional competencies. Attendees will discover innovative strategies, as well as group and individual interventions, to help boys achieve their highest academic potential.

Learning Objectives:

In this session, you will learn how to:

  • Explain how boys’ brains work including the chemistry and structure.
  • Identify the differences in the ways girls and boys focus.
  • Recognize the role of hormones, specifically testosterone and dopamine
  • Demonstrate classroom strategies to support boys’ developmental needs
  • Contrast the difference between natural aggression and bullying.

Nathan Levy, M.A.: Powerful Strategies to Enhance the Learning of Gifted & Highly Able Students

Tuesday, July 7th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

This workshop, by noted Stories with Holes author Nathan Levy, explores numerous, proven ways to reach gifted learners in challenging ways. Participants will leave with a variety of new strategies and specific ideas to help pupils become better creative and critical thinkers. A variety of successful teaching and parenting techniques relating to social and emotional needs will be shared. Bring your thinking caps and your funny bones to this dynamic presentation.

Baruti Kafele, M.A.: Climate & Culture Cannot Be Transformed with Disciplinary Referrals

Tuesday, July 7th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Understand how our mindset about hard-to-reach students can negatively or positively affect them academically and/or behaviorally. Attendees will be inspired to cultivate positive change in their educational environment.

Robert Jackson: Salvaging Our Sons: Helping Educators Reach, Teach & Empower Young Men

Tuesday, July 7th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

This workshop will address issues that all male students face, as well as issues related to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and/or trauma — including violence and divorce, incarceration or death of parents. How males process stressors influences their behavior, motivation and desire to learn. All students experience negative moments inside and outside of school, however boys process them differently.

During this interactive session, administrators and educators will gain insight into how to help male students overcome life’s challenges with ready-to-use strategies.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify key components for motivating males.
  • Discover proven strategies for engaging and motivating boys who have experienced trauma and/or adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)
  • Demonstrate key relationship, communication and community-based strategies to reach all male students
  • Recognize underlying causes of male student misbehavior and utilize the de-escalation tactics

Eric Clark, M.Ed.: Defiant, Manipulative & Attention-Seeking Students: How to Unlock Their Potential & Survive the Process

Tuesday, July 7th, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Working with difficult, demanding, and disruptive students is not a new challenge for educators. However, there are current concerns being voiced regarding the changing nature and intensity of the behaviors of these students. Some educators are reporting increases in selfish, manipulative and hostile behaviors while others are noticing more students who are overly anxious and/or difficult to engage. Even well-seasoned, award-winning master educators can sometimes have their “feathers ruffled” by certain students in certain situations.

Responsibility-Centered Discipline is designed to assist all educators with identifying and addressing challenging student behaviors that affect the academic and behavioral progress of the students with whom they work. This power-packed seminar will provide you with up-to-date insights and strategies for reaching and helping those young people who seem to evoke the strongest feelings of frustration, hurt and sometimes discouragement in professional educators.

Learning Objectives:

  • Implement do’s and don’ts to address specific behaviors
  • Gain integral key strategies for migrating from an obedience-centered approach to a responsibility-centered approach
  • Develop innovative ways to support positive behavior
  • Apply strategies for preventing the escalation of difficult behavior
  • Identify the underlying causes of difficult behaviors in students

Jessica Sinarski, M.A., LPCMH: Light Up the Learning Brain

Thursday, June 25th, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

This lively workshop will take a fresh look at the root of “bad behavior” and the brain processes behind it. Participants will discover new tools based on the latest neuroscience to increase learning opportunities, reduce negative behavior, and improve communication between school and home. Whether you’re a brain novice or well-versed in research about trauma and the brain, you won’t want to miss this hope-filled learning experience.

Aaron Wiemeier, M.S., LPC: 10 Steps to a Trauma-Empowered School & Classroom

Tuesday, July 7th, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

According to NCTSN (National Child Traumatic Stress Network), one out of every four children attending school has been exposed to a traumatic event that can affect learning and/or behavior. These events range from severe weather events, to divorce, to bullying, or to homelessness, among others. The results of exposure to trauma can affect a student’s ability to learn. She may be distracted by intrusive thoughts – distracting her from paying attention, learning and doing well on tests. Exposure to violence can lead to decreased IQ and reading ability.

Is it enough to just be informed? Does information by itself lead to automatic change?

In this keynote address, Aaron Wiemeier, LPC will give teachers, administrators, school counselors and school social workers critical information to increase their effectiveness in working with traumatized students and discover the difference between being trauma informed and trauma empowered. Attendees will also learn the fundamental principles and innovative strategies to take the next step in transforming your schools and classroom. Trauma-informed advocate, Aaron Wiemeier, will guide attendees through seven impactful concepts about trauma to integrate into schools and classrooms right away. As well as, why a social-emotional curriculum is so important and to implement preventative strategies for dealing with toxic classrooms and school cultures.

William Noel, Ed.D.: Color Brave: Strategies for Becoming a More Culturally Competent School

Tuesday, July 7th, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

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Hotep Benzo, MBA: The New PBIS: Behavior is a Sympton...Not the Problem

Tuesday, July 7th, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Behavior is a Symptom demystifies the common behavior problems exhibited in schools by first explaining WHY they occur and the teaching HOW to change them. This workshop will: share the precursors that lead to all behavior, inform on how to transform academic and behavioral outcomes, explain what leads to at-risk behaviors and why people repeat the same negative behaviors and demonstrate how relevance and relationships impact behavior. In the end, attendees will learn what is being called “The New PBIS”!

Learning Objectives:

Identify key components for engaging and motivating at-risk youth and increased student retention.
Demonstrate innovative non-exclusionary conflict resolution, classroom management and discipline skills.
Recognize underlying causes of student misbehavior.
Utilize the Outcome Progression Model
Differentiate between the four stages of discipline.

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  • School Counselors (PK-12)
  • Principals
  • Classroom Teachers
  • Special Education Personnel
  • School Administrators
  • Deans
  • Psychologists
  • Social Workers
  • School Resource Officers
  • Behaviorists
  • Therapists
  • Community and Faith-Based Youth Workers
  • After-School Program Coordinators
  • Other Professionals Working with Young People

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At this time, Developmental Resources is unable to offer student discounts or scholarships for this three-day event.

Please consider the following other avenues for possible funding:

·        Your Local PTA

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·        Title 1 funding in your area

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    Developmental Resources is an approved provider for Continuing Education by:

      • National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC #5602) Developmental Resources is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP™) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program.
    • *NOTE: 22 contact hours includes attendance at both pre-conference workshops as well as the entire conference. Check with your representative board or organization concerning its policy with regard to Continuing Education.

We do not currently offer a one-day or two-day partial registration fee.

If a registrant cannot attend any part of the conference, substitutions may be made – via mail, fax or email – all requests for substitutions must be made 30 days prior to conference. Registrations cannot be shared. Cancellations received in writing 60 days prior to Conference will be refunded in full, less a $30 non-refundable processing fee. Refunds will be issued no later than 8 weeks after the conference in the same form that payment was received. After that time, no refunds will be granted, but substitutions are encouraged.

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