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The time has come to begin planning your trip to sunny Los Angeles for ASCD's 69th Annual Conference and Exhibit Show this March. Open...

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As we approach the Conference on Teaching Excellence in Orlando, Florida June 25 to 27, ASCD asked conference...

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ASCD Empower18 Things to Know and Do as Conference Gets Underway

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As we kick off ASCD Empower18, the Annual Conference and Exhibit Show, we want to share some key information with you. No matter your role—educator,...

8 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss Empower18

No matter your role—teacher, principal, instructional coach, central office staff, or superintendent—Empower18 will provide you with the tools and strategies you need  to come...

ASCD #EMPOWER18 “Empower18 Inspires Me” GIVEAWAY: OFFICIAL RULES

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Entry into this Giveaway constitutes Entrant’s acceptance of the following Official Rules: 1. Giveaway. ASCD’s sponsored #Empower18 Inspires...

Five Reasons You Don’t Want to Miss the 2014 ASCD Conference on Educational Leadership

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The definition of an education leader is no longer solely limited to a principal or superintendent; it now includes teacher leaders, administrators, and other...

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