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  1. Professional Development | March 21–24, 2012
    2012 CCCC Annual Convention
    Don't miss the 63rd annual convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication in St. Louis!
  2. Professional Development | June 18–21, 2013
    34th Annual San Diego State University Reading/Language Arts Conference!
    This conference delivers the latest in literacy practices! Learn right from the experts, review current research, and discuss state-of-the-art instructional strategies.
  3. Professional Development | June 27–30, 2013
    Council Leadership Academy
    Providing council leaders with the professional development tools critical to successful literacy leadership and organizational development, this new Academy focuses on building leadership capacity, relevant strategic planning, leading advocacy initiatives, and developing professional learning communities.
  4. Professional Development | March 17–18, 2011
    IRA Legislative Workshop
    This meeting covers the new education legislation from the US government, including the President's budget, the re-authoring of NCLB, and the adoption of Common Core Standards.
  5. Professional Development | September 10–11, 2012
    Literacy and Leadership Institute With Regie Routman and Colleagues
    Join Regie Routman and colleagues for two days of intimate and intelligent professional development guaranteed to positively influence whole-school effectiveness, efficiency, and enjoyment!
  6. Professional Development | June 20–24, 2011
    Successful Approaches to RTII
    Response to Intervention Initiatives (RTII) vary from grade to grade and from state to state. In fact, in Pennsylvania, the initiatives even go under the expanded name “Response to Instruction and Intervention” (RTII). As educators, we are challenged to decide which instructional models and intervention plans match our students’ needs.