The final schedule for the 2022 National Charter Schools Conference is pending, but here's what to expect:

Sunday, June 19 

Join us for a welcome reception with access to select bars around downtown Washington DC. It's a great opportunity to start meeting the people you will spend the next three days with.

Monday, June 20

Homeroom is an opportunity for conference attendees to network and build community with like-minded individuals. Each morning participants will select a homeroom to attend based on their interests. Participants will network and build relationships with experts and peers, ideas, and solutions to help sustain and advance their work and interests.

The first general session at NCSC22. Speakers to be announced.

Visit the NCSC Solutions Center, and find experts and products to help you—from managing the challenges of operating during a pandemic to reimagining your curriculum, we'll have you covered. And you can win cool prizes for visiting exhibitors and attending demos.

Grab your second cup of coffee and network with your peers from across the country.

The heart of our conference is the work we do in more specialized settings with our breakout sessions. This year we are offering a mix of 60-minute sessions and 90-minute workshops on critical topics to charter schools and address the changing needs of public education. 

Lunch breaks are ideal for networking, meeting new people, and exploring the exhibit hall. But relaxation and downtime are also important. Enjoy lunch in the exhibit hall or in a restaurant in downtown Washington, DC.

The heart of our conference is the work we do in more specialized settings with our breakout sessions. This year we are offering a mix of 60-minute sessions and 90-minute workshops on critical topics to charter schools and address the changing needs of public education. 

Join us for Networking Happy Hour in the exhibit hall, where you'll have the chance to chat with our knowledgeable exhibitors, network with your peers, and let your hair down with a drink or two.

Tuesday, June 21

Homeroom is an opportunity for conference attendees to network and build community with like-minded individuals. Each morning participants will select a homeroom to attend based on their interests. Participants will network and build relationships with experts and peers, ideas, and solutions to help sustain and advance their work and interests.

The heart of our conference is the work we do in more specialized settings with our breakout sessions. This year we are offering a mix of 60-minute sessions and 90-minute workshops on critical topics to charter schools and address the changing needs of public education. 

Visit the NCSC Solutions Center, and find experts and products to help you—from managing the challenges of operating during a pandemic to reimagining your curriculum, we'll have you covered. And you can win cool prizes for visiting exhibitors and attending demos.

Grab your second cup of coffee and network with your peers from across the country.

The heart of our conference is the work we do in more specialized settings with our breakout sessions. This year we are offering a mix of 60-minute sessions and 90-minute workshops on critical topics to charter schools and address the changing needs of public education. 

Lunch breaks are ideal for networking, meeting new people, and exploring the exhibit hall. But relaxation and downtime are also important. Enjoy lunch in the exhibit hall or in a restaurant in downtown Washington, DC.

The heart of our conference is the work we do in more specialized settings with our breakout sessions. This year we are offering a mix of 60-minute sessions and 90-minute workshops on critical topics to charter schools and address the changing needs of public education. 

NCSC22 General Session 2. Speakers to be announced.

Event details to be determined.

Wednesday, June 22

Homeroom is an opportunity for conference attendees to network and build community with like-minded individuals. Each morning participants will select a homeroom to attend based on their interests. Participants will network and build relationships with experts and peers, ideas, and solutions to help sustain and advance their work and interests.

The heart of our conference is the work we do in more specialized settings with our breakout sessions. This year we are offering a mix of 60-minute sessions and 90-minute workshops on critical topics to charter schools and address the changing needs of public education. 

See you in Washington, DC, June 19-22! Space is limited—register today