NCASA 2019 Conference On Educational Leadership Request For Proposals
About the Conference
Join us in Raleigh for the 2019 Conference on Educational Leadership March 28-29 at the Hilton North Raleigh Midtown. NCASA's Annual Conference on Educational Leadership is designed for district and school leaders and presents a one-of-a-kind opportunity to engage with your peers and learn from other districts across the state. This year our focus is on Leadership Matters -- because it does! We'd like to take a look at capacity, initiative, foresight, and influence and how these four traits have affected your schools and districts in a positive way.

Keynote speakers for 2019 include the humorous and inspirational Jody Urquhart, online learning revolutionary and founder of the Flying Classroom Captain Barrington Irving.

Request for Proposals
Do you have a leadership story to tell? NCASA would like to invite you to share that story during a breakout session at the 2019 Conference on Educational Leadership. The audience includes district and school leaders, administrators from all facets of leadership, and a comprehensive mix of aspiring administrators, teacher-leaders and/or students engaged in a Masters or Ed.D. program related to education or educational leadership.

Breakout sessions will be presented on Thursday, March 28 or Friday, March 29, 2019 at the Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown.
Sessions will be 45 minutes in length. A screen/projector, panelists table, speaker’s podium (table top or free standing), and base-level sound will be provided by NCASA. Please be prepared to bring your own laptop or other presentation device and the appropriate connecting cords to reach a PC-based system.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30
Presentation Criteria
NCASA encourages sessions that demonstrate effectiveness as related to an identified need. The session should help equip school and district leaders with successful strategies that can make a positive difference for students, personnel and/or the community. Past presentations have included topics such as: building support for public schools, engaging ethically and culturally diverse communities, navigating redistricting, innovative uses of technology, and influencing local and/or state political support. Presentations submitted must be developed by your school or district to be considered.

All presentation team members must be a current member of NCASA. If you have questions about your membership status, please contact Member Services Manager Lucy Kucmierz at lkucmierz@ncasa.net or by calling 919-828-1426.

All presentation team members must register to attend the conference. If selected, NCASA will offer your school or district a discounted registration rate for up to four presentation team members.

Final selection of presentations will be made no later than December 14. Upon selection, Lead Team Members will be notified immediately to confirm participation, and team registrations will be handled by NCASA.

PLEASE NOTE | NCASA Corporate Partners, consultants, or others with a vested interest in providing goods and/or services to conference attendees / North Carolina Public Schools must contact Development & Marketing Manager Kara Hamilton (khamilton@ncasa.net / 919-828-1426) for consideration. Preference will be given to NCASA Corporate Partners by priority of membership level.

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