Teaching and Learning 2015
Washington Convention Center, Washington D.C.
March 13 & 14, 2015
“Where Knowledge Meets Inspiration”
The National Board of Professional Teaching Standards presents Teaching and Learning 2015.
Teaching & Learning is the one place each year where thousands of educators join together with the nation’s leading administrators, advocates, and game-changers in PreK-12 education to shape the profession in innovative and bold new ways.
Over 5,000 teachers, educators and administrators from 50 states and 17 countries including the biggest names in education will convene for a two day conference featuring 150+ presentations and workshops. Past keynote speakers include Bill Gates and Secretary of Education Arnie Duncan along with a host of distinguished and relevant presenters.
Teaching & Learning 2015 will be covering issues of teacher leadership and student equi¬ty to high-quality curriculum in arts and sciences, social studies, and math, T&L speakers and sessions are driven by the needs, interests, and vision of the profession. T&L is unique in its invitation to not only teachers and princi¬pals, but also the broad swath of professionals who touch on PreK-12 education.
Together we can build a collective vision for teaching and learning in the 21st century.
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