How time flies! It’s almost time for the 2019 TESOL Convention in Atlanta, Georgia! My fourth convention, I’m excited to once again present attendees with an update on U.S. federal policies impacting English learners and teachers on 13 March from 1 pm–2:30 pm. In addition to my annual policy update, I’m excited to share with you a great lineup of policy-oriented sessions at this year’s convention. From state and local education organizations in Georgia to representatives from the U.S. Department of Education, this year’s convention offers a great variety of invited public policy and advocacy speakers. Please see the full list of our invited speaker sessions below. I’m looking forward to seeing and meeting so many fellow unapologetic advocates in Atlanta!
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- Funding available for adult education classroom materials: Deadline 31 May 2019 18 March 2019
- Trump's 2020 budget proposes school funding cuts, stresses choice for students and teachers 18 March 2019
- Teaching students to read metacognitively 18 March 2019
- Democrats in Congress revive DREAM Act for young undocumented immigrants 18 March 2019
- Promoting tuition-free programs to undocumented students 18 March 2019
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