Registration is now open for the 2021 National Charter Schools Conference! NCSC21 will take place over three days and offer you insights, tools, and most of all, community—a chance to interact with your peers from across the country.
So, what's in it for you?
1. Meaningful Conversations
Our goal for the 2021 conference is to create an engaging experience for our attendees filled with opportunities to engage with presenters, workshop problems with your peers, and build community. More than ever, we understand the need for educators and leaders to share what is working in schools and how they can be tweaked and implemented across the country. We have a brand-new platform that will allow you to connect one-on-one or in group conversations with your peers about topics that interest you and consult on problems you are trying to solve.
2. 50+ Conference Sessions
In planning for the 2021 conference, we want to ensure that the content addresses the sector's changing needs. As we talked to leaders and educators across the country, three themes were constant: engage, educate, and innovate. So, we've organized this year's content under these three subthemes. Additionally, we've incorporated conversations on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion throughout all the tracks to address the ongoing and long-term impact of inequities exacerbated by the pandemic and address the continuing civil unrest around race relations and privilege.
3. Access to content on-demand
Virtual events provide greater accessibility to a broader audience and allow for on-demand video options for those unable to attend the event live. With your NCSC21 registration, you will have immediate access to the NCSCvirtual on-demand library of over 30 and access to NCSC21 content post-conference. Without physical constraints you can watch and re-watch sessions at your convenience.
Sindy Pierre-Noel is the senior manager of programs at the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.