African American Students in Urban Schools: Critical Issues & Solutions for Achievement
Join us in Denver, Colorado for the African American Students in Urban Schools: Critical Issues & Solutions for Achievement Conference!
The Region VIII Equity Assistance Center and the Urban Education Collaborative at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte take great pleasure in inviting you to exhibit at our conference in Denver, Colorado May 14-16, 2013. This national conference is expecting over 300 attendees. By exhibiting at our conference, corporations, universities, school districts and other non-profit organizations gain exposure and make valuable connections with educators. Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity and register your exhibit today!
Who is expected to attend this conference?
-K-12 teachers -Superintendents -University & College Faculty
-Principals -School Board Members -Curriculum Specialists
-Undergraduate & Graduate Students -Senior Level Administrators-Educational Consultants
Why is this conference so powerful for exhibitors?
-You have the opportunity to showcase your products and services, emphasize your corporate message and improve your profitability with a large, diverse audience of educators
-You will be able to highlight emerging trends in the educational marketplace
-This conference is a great place to find educators who are exploring new technologies and methodologies that are improving learning and teaching
-For recruiters, it is a wonderful place to find qualified diverse educators and students to enhance the diversity in your workplace
For more information on sponsorship levels and benefits, please review this document: May Conf- Sponsorship Levels ( 45 KB)