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May 2005


May 4-7, 2005

Commission on Adult Basic Education (COABE)
Conference theme: "Making Dreams Come True".

For more information go to:
http://www.coabe05.org


May 21, 2005

Arizona Association for Lifelong Learning Mini Conference
Coconino Community College
Flagstaff, Arizona

For more information go to:
http://az-aall.org/flagstaff_conference_information.htm


May 5-7, 2005

California Council for Adult Education Conference

The mission of the California Council for Adult Education is to take the leadership role in promoting adult education, providing professional development, and effecting change to best serve the needs and interests of adult education, the CCAE membership, and the people of California.

For more information go to:
http://www.ccaestate.org


June 2005

June 14-16, 2005

CASAS Summer Institute
San Diego, CA

The twenty-fifth annual CASAS National Summer Institute is scheduled for June 14 to 16, 2005, in San Diego’s Mission Valley. The Institute addresses key issues in developing and implementing accountability, assessment, and program evaluation systems linked to national and state program, content, and performance standards.

The Institute also highlights the use of data across states to inform instruction, improve programs, and report outcomes to stakeholders and policymakers. The Institute offers professional development for program administrators and instructional staff. Workshops and panels address state and local program models for evaluating learner and program progress outcomes. Presenters will focus on national and state research studies in assessment, accountability, standards setting, certification, program evaluation, and other key topics.

For more information go to: 
http://www.casas.org


June 20-24, 2005

2005 Summer Institute in Reading
UC Berkeley
Berkeley, CA –

Sponsored the Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley, the 2005 Summer Institute in Reading at the University of California-Berkeley will address two of the primary obstacles to reading proficiency: fluency and vocabulary. The focus of the Institute will be on the instructional strategies the National Reading Panel has identified for building fluency and vocabulary with middle- and high-school students, as well as elementary students. The Institute is intended for educators who are leaders of reading instruction--within state and regional agencies, districts, schools, colleges of education, and publishing companies. Whole- and small-group sessions will recognize issues faced by educators in different educational units, with major speakers and small-group facilitators representing the developmental continuum.

For more information go to:
http://www.unex.berkeley.edu/prog/bsir/


July 2005

July 2, 2005

National Literacy Day
Nationwide

July 2nd, has special significance, it is the actual date of the signing of the Declaration of Independence and it is also the date the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was signed. People who can't read can't practice their freedoms or rights, due to their lack of education. Contact Information:             Focus on Literacy, Inc.

For more information go to:
http://focusonliteracy.org/


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